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Acumen launch the first of their new Research series on the social impacts of Energy Access.

Acumen have just launched the first of a series of research reports into the social impacts of energy access. With funding from Google, and in partnership with SolarAid and ETH Zurich, the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Acumen set out o learn more about solar energy’s impact on the alleviation of income poverty. The research […]

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International Centre for Parliamentary Studies (ICPS) – Professional Certificate Course in Strategic Sustainable Energy Planning – 6th-10th March 2017

Colleagues,   I’m please to say that we’ve been asked if we could find a speaker for the above event on the topics of ‘Tackling Challenges to Sustainable Energy Service Delivery’ and ‘Technology Transfer to Developing Countries’  on the 7th and 8th March.   The course will be a five-day event, where the delegates will discuss a […]

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LCEDN Research Associate Post – Transforming Energy Access (TEA) – REQ17063

Colleagues,   Just a reminder that the LCEDN is still recruiting for an RA post as part of our fast-track involvement in the Transforming Energy Access programme being rolled out by DfID.   The details are here: http://lcedn.com/blog/lcedn-research-associate-post-transforming-energy-access-tea-req17063/   The closing date for applications for this post is 26th February, however A second RA post will soon […]

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Short-Term Opportunity to Comment on DRAFT SE4All Global Tracking Framework Report

Many thanks to our colleagues at Practical Action for passing this on to us. The next edition of the Global Tracking Framework report of Sustainable Energy for All is now out for a limited period for public consultation. The report is now live and hosted on the REN21 Website. To access the consultation document, please […]

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Our Next LCEDN/Smart Villages Webinar: Healthy villages are smart villages: Health, energy, and development

Healthy villages are smart villages: Health, energy, and development Thu, Feb 16, 2017 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM GMT Healthy villages are smart villages: Health, energy, and development Healthy villages are smart villages – places where people can live healthy lives with longer lifespans, fewer childhood illnesses and deaths, and greater well-being. In this webinar, […]

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For Consideration: Attending US Conferences

The LCEDN is an integral part of  global attempts to build an international community promoting the sustainable spread of low carbon technologies in support of enhancing the life opportunities for urban and rural communities. Taking part in face to face meetings and conferences are an important part of that process but when a whole swathe […]

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US Immigration Ban

US Immigration Ban

Posted by · on January 30, 2017 · in News · with 0 Comments

On 27 January 2017, President Donald Trump signed an Executive Order putting in place a 90-day ban that denies US entry to citizens from seven Muslim majority countries: Iran, Iraq, Syria, Yemen, Sudan, Libya and Somalia. So far, the ban includes dual nationals, current visa, and green card holders, and those born in these countries […]

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LCEDN Research Associate Post – Transforming Energy Access (TEA) – REQ17063

The LCEDN is very pleased to announce that are recruiting for an RA post as part of our fast-track involvement in the Transforming Energy Access programme being rolled out by DfID. Specialist and Supporting Academic Research Grade 6, at a starting salary of £29,301 per annum Job description Full-time, fixed-term appointment until 31 May 2018 […]

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Engineering For Change (E4C) – 2017 Research Fellowships

E4C are reaching out with an opportunity for graduating engineering undergrads and graduate students who are involved in global development work. E4C launched a successful Research Fellowship ( https://www.engineeringforchange.org/welcome-to-e4cs-fellows/ ) in 2016 and are pleased to offer it again in 2017.   Research Fellows are part of the E4C Solutions Library Program ( http://solutions.engineeringforchange.org/about ) and E4C are actively […]

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