Energy Transition

How to end energy poverty and reach net-zero emissions

More than 750 million people have no access to electricity and global renewable energy adoption remains low. There's a need to end this energy poverty. Image: REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko

Damilola Ogunbiyi

CEO and Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General, Sustainable Energy for All

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The aim of leaving no one behind and eradicating global poverty must be preceded by intentional efforts to end energy poverty. Image: Tracking SDG 7 2021

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