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Energy poverty, or the lack of access to electricity and other basic energy services, affects nearly two-thirds of Sub-Saharan Africa. As the region’s population continues to increase, so will the need to build a new energy system to grow with it, says Rose M. Mutiso.
In a bold talk, she discusses how a balanced mix of solutions like solar, wind farms, geothermal power and modern grids could create a high-energy future for Africa — providing reliable electricity, creating jobs and raising incomes.
About Speaker Rose M. Mutiso
As the Research Director of the Energy for Growth Hub, Rose M. Mutiso works with a global network of experts in finding solutions for energy deficits across Africa and Asia. She is also co-founder of the Mawazo Institute, helping African women to become scholars and thought leaders. Her dream is to see more African women shaping decision-making and public discourse on critical issues such as energy poverty.
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