Enquiry on Universal access to energy

The Florence School of Regulation and WAME have agreed to form a partnership to contribute to the UN Sustainable Development Goal number 7:

“Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all”.

This partnership will specifically focus on:

  • The role of regulation in ensuring universal access to energy
  • Building capacity to support increased global access to energy

The FSR is offering 10 seats (free of charge) for the Regulation of the Power Sector online course, reserved for stakeholders in low-income countries.

Further information on the new webpage.

If you, or the company/organisation you represent, would like to contribute (financially or in-kind ) to this voluntary commitment initiated by the FSR and WAME, we invite you to contact Pia Lovengreen Alessi,, FSR Advisor on Universal Access to Energy, for further information.

We believe 2015 presents a historic and unprecedented opportunity to join together and embark on new paths to improve the lives of people everywhere. These decisions will determine the global course of action to end poverty, promote prosperity and well-being for all, protect the environment and address climate change.


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