United Nations has called on
businesses, governments, and
civil society to achieve Sustainable
Energy for All by 2030
Sustainable Energy Network Ghana (SENG)
Currently over 6 million people in Ghana have no access to electricity. In 2013, working with in-country partners, in order to help provide more locally tailored solutions for delivering clean, affordable and reliable energy solutions, the Energy Access Practitioner Network helped launch a country network to bring together energy access practitioners operating in and based in Ghana.
In addition to serving as a platform to bring practitioners together to facilitate greater coordination, learning, and information sharing, SENG focuses on advocacy around key issues and recommendations emerging from substantive discussions among network members. SENG is hosted through the Ghanaian non-profit Kumasi Institute of Technology (KITE) where you can learn more about SENG’s ongoing work.
Join SENG here.