18th September 2020
Paul Bertheau, PhD candidate in the RLI Research Unit Off-Grid Systems, holds a flash talk at this year’s annual meeting of the Sustainable Energy Transitions Initiative (SETI) with the title „Assessing the impact of renewable energy on local development and the Sustainable Development Goals: Insights from a small Philippine island“.
SETI is an interdisciplinary global collaborative that aims to foster research on energy access and energy transitions in low and middle-income countries, and to better understand their impacts on health, social outcomes, economic growth, climate change and natural resources. The global network was developed by the “Environment for Development Program” and the Duke University Energy & Health Initiative. The annual meeting of SETI takes place for the fifth time this year.
More information on the program and registration for the conference is available on the SETI website.
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