Renewable energy

Climate Change

We believe that Renewable Energy is a critical element in the fight against environmental degradation and climate change. Read about our Climate Change engagement

Clean, safe, and environmentally-friendly cook stoves

Clean cook stoves, a valuable investment for women entrepreneurs. Read more

Biogas Programmes: clean cooking, lighting, and more

SNV coordinates national Biogas programmes in Asia, Africa, and Latin America Read more...

Solar technology for job creation

SNV supports solar technology projects to illuminate communities and create job opportunities for the youth and rural populations Read more…

Biogas

SNV-supported domestic biogas programmes improve life for 2.9 million people.

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Solar

Providing homes and work places the solar power they need.

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Latest news

SNV’s Advanced Clean Cooking Solutions team has partnered with stove manufacturer Envirofit and the Maddox Jolie-Pitt Foundation (MJP) to test stove acceptability in rural north-western Cambodia.
In Cambodia, household air pollution kills 11,876 people per year, and the market for clean cookstoves is booming. SNV is working to achieve gender equality in the supply chain of low carbon technologies.
Asia is the centre of domestic biogas development, with the People’s Republic of China having installed about 42.6 million operational units and India
Energy poverty is a serious issue in Zambia. SNV is working with the Zambian government to find alternative solutions to ensure last mile delivery of basic energy services.
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Renewable energy

We believe that Renewable Energy is a critical element in the fight against environmental degradation and climate change. Currently, billions of people are challenged by access to affordable and reliable energy. Energy policies have largely focused on large-scale infrastructure for urban populations, whilst energy poverty has rarely been the entry point for policy development. As a result, small-scale supply for the needs of rural and peri-urban homes and SMEs, has received little attention or support.

Availability of clean and reliable sources of energy is an essential part of economic development and with poverty reduction. Leapfrogging energy poverty can be done by offering renewable energy options where there is no access to fossil energy, and SNV is committed to increasing renewable energy access, but also revenue generation and job creation, while fostering an enabling environment for the development of sound policies.

 

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