Global Energy Partnership offer expertise to international community

The Global Sustainable Electricity Partnership (GSEP) have extended their collective expertise to international organisations and financial institutions in an attempt to reduce nationally-determined carbon emissions.  

The open letter from the GSEP offers ‘unique insight and collaboration capabilities’ to assist countries reach and maintain goals outlined in the Paris Agreement on climate change.

The group who describe themselves as “major players in the field” deliver one third of global electricity consumed – 60% of which has no direct carbon emission.

The GSEP has acknowledged the ‘special role’ of the electricity sector and the need for organisations to “j

The Global Sustainable Electricity Partnership (GSEP) have extended their collective expertise to international organisations and financial institutions in an attempt to reduce nationally-determined carbon emissions.  

The open letter from the GSEP offers ‘unique insight and collaboration capabilities’ to assist countries reach and maintain goals outlined in the Paris Agreement on climate change.

The group who describe themselves as “major players in the field” deliver one third of global electricity consumed – 60% of which has no direct carbon emission.

The GSEP has acknowledged the ‘special role’ of the electricity sector and the need for organisations to “jointly identify necessary electricity technology investments that can deliver lower or zero carbon emissions need to reach the Paris Climate goals”

The GSEP have offered the services of nine member firms who specialize in renewable energy projects and sustainable energy technologies that support national energy strategies.

The group propose to establish secure, stable, long-term policies through a systematic approach to electricity systems and the development and deployment of new commercially available technologies.

Further recommendations include increased engagement in public-private partnership and urgent progress with innovative research and development of viable emission-reducing technologies.

As it stands, more than 2 billion people are still without access to electricity – which has put a heightened demand on the development of reliable network technologies.

The groups expects the biggest challenge will be “to define and implement public policies and investment plans that will channel technology investments and help countries deliver their nationally determined contributions”, a spokesperson said.

GSEP have delivered over 70 capacity building projects and fostered public-private partnerships in the electricity sector reaching over 110 countries, since 1992.

The GSEP have offered the services of nine member firms who specialize in renewable energy projects and sustainable energy technologies that support national energy strategies.

The group propose to establish secure, stable, long-term policies through a systematic approach to electricity systems and the development and deployment of new commercially available technologies.

Further recommendations include increased engagement in public-private partnership and urgent progress with innovative research and development of viable emission-reducing technologies.

As it stands, more than 2 billion people are still without access to electricity – which has put a heightened demand on the development of reliable network technologies.

The groups expects the biggest challenge will be “to define and implement public policies and investment plans that will channel technology investments and help countries deliver their nationally determined contributions”, a spokesperson said.

GSEP have delivered over 70 capacity building projects and fostered public-private partnerships in the electricity sector reaching over 110 countries, since 1992.

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