Eradicating Poverty through Energy Innovation Harnessing Sustainable Energy Transitions for Human Thriving, Arizona State University, February 12-14, 2018

Eradicating Poverty through Energy Innovation Harnessing Sustainable Energy Transitions for Human Thriving, Arizona State University, February 12-14, 2018

Colleagues,

 

Arizona State University invites participation in a workshop to imagine and develop new approaches to
energy innovation that simultaneously address the UN Sustainable Development Goals of ending global
poverty and providing sustainable energy for all people.

 

The organizers encourage participation from those whose work addresses the following questions or other related
work:
• Social value: how can energy innovation improve value creation in diverse communities?
• Energy thriving: what does it mean to thrive and how can energy innovation contribute?
• Financing energy and development in communities: what works, to what ends?
• What kinds of ownership models for energy innovation encourage community development?
• Local partnerships and cooperative structures for energy projects: what works and why?
• Regulatory, policy, and legal challenges: what limits community entrepreneurship in the clean energy
sector, and how can those limits be lifted?

 

See the attached workshop details – Eradicating Poverty through Energy Innovation Workshop

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