From a health and development perspective, ensuring universal access to modern energy services in health facilities in developing countries is an essential requirement for improving health and well-being. However, evidence about energy access and constant supply in health care facilities in developing regions is lacking.
Join Africa Alternative Energy Initiative, Energy Futures Lab and the Institute of Global Health Innovation this September at Imperial College London for a half-day forum on “Powering Africa’s Health Sector: Innovation, Access and Investment.”
The forum aims to cover the following topical topics:
- Innovation and investment to provide sustainable power for Africa’s Health sector
- Access to modern energy services in health facilities in developing countries.
- Alternative energy policies in Africa focusing on tarrifs, up-front costs and taxation.
- The connection between investment in renewable energy and sustainable economic growth
- Africa’s renewable energy transition and climate change.