Webinar: Addressing Energy Governance: Questions of Scale and Scope (July 18th)

Webinar: Addressing Energy Governance: Questions of Scale and Scope (July 18th)

Our next Webinar with Smart Villages is taking place on Monday July 18th between 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM BST

This webinar brings together researchers working on energy governance issues from a range of projects funded under two different DFID initiatives. These initiatives are the EPSRC/DFID/DECC funded Understading Sustainable Energy Solutions (USES) programme whose 13 projects are networked under the USES Network (http://www.lcedn.com/uses) and the DFID-funded Gender and Energy research programme which is managed by Energia (http://www.energia.org/research).

Issues that will be covered in the webinar include: the roles of local government and political decentralization in energy governance; the political economy of energy sector dynamics and decision-making processes; Energy sector reform and fossil-fuel subsidization and the role of cities and municipalities in sustainable energy transitions.

Our webinar series is a little different: each expert will speak for less than 10 minutes and will focus on their on-the-ground experience using photos to tell their story.

Speakers:

Ed Brown (Loughborough University, UK Low Carbon Energy for Development Network)
Laura Merrill and Richard Bridle (International Institute for Sustainable Development)
Simon Bawakyillenuo and Innocent Agbelie (University of Ghana)
Govind Kelkar (M.S,Swaminathan Research Foundation, India)

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Each presentation will be 10 minutes, leaving time for questions at the end.

The webinar will be posted on www.e4sv.org and www.lcedn.com afterwards.

We welcome your ideas for future webinars!
Please get in touch with Molly Hurley-Dépret (molly@e4sv.org) or Ed Brown (E.D.Brown@lboro.ac.uk)

For Full details and to Register please click here: Registration

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