Access to clean energy to accelerate the green transition and decrease climate impact will be debated at the COP27 in Sharm el-Sheikh (Egypt). Check our events and join our discussions.
We welcome you to join our side events about clean energy access to underserved people in rural areas at the 2022 UN Climate Change Conference COP27 in Sharm el-Sheikh (Egypt) from 6 – 18 November 2022.
The events will bring together both Nordic and international key actors working with supporting implementation of energy access and discuss how to support private companies, i.e. energy service providers, to scale up its businesses and enter new markets and the positive impacts this will have for people living in rural and peri-urban areas in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Check the schedule of our events beneath. Find all events at COP organised by Nefco on www.nefco.int/cop27. Join our events online or in Egypt.
Side event programme
10 November 2022
14:30-15:40 EET – Climate solutions and energy access in rural areas – Developing agricultural sector and improving food security in Africa
Location: COP27 venue, Blue Zone, Zone C, pavilion P90 + Online streaming
Co-organised by Nefco and the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry of Finland
16:00-17:00 EET – Transition Path for Scaling Up Solar: Leveraging investment and business innovation
Location: Danish Pavilion
Organised by World Resources Institute, P4G, CONCITO
12 November 2022
10:30- 13:00 EET – The twin opportunity of integrated energy planning: access to electricity spurring a clean eCooking transition
Location: SDG7 Pavilion COP27
Organised by The Modern Energy Cooking Services (MECS) Programme and Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL)
15:00- 16:30 EET – Renewable Energy For Climate Action And Economic Transformation In Africa: The Role Of Sefa
Location: COP27 venue, Blue Zone, MDB Pavilion
Organised by African Development Bank, Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa
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