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September 2019 | South-South for SDG7
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To deliver on the global promise of the 2030 Agenda and leave no one behind, a much greater amount of cooperation is needed between countries in the Global South, to ensure mutual support and exchange of best practices, facilitate trade and investment and increase the resilience of emerging economies. Read »
In Conversation: Upendra Tripathy, ISA

How can South-South cooperation be scaled up in support of the implementation of SDG7? The Director General of the International Solar Alliance shares insights about ISA’s significance in global deployment of distributed solar energy and its progress to date. Listen »

Video: South-South cooperation

See how one program is leveraging South-South and triangular cooperation to tackle local challenges through peer-to-peer knowledge exchange on SDG7 and other sustainable development issues. Watch »

Fact Sheet: Unlocking demand for rural mini-grids
Demand stimulation through appliance financing helps balance the load profile of mini-grids and increase capacity utilization, both keys to their long-term sustainability. US$1.3 billion of appliance financing is needed by 2030. More »
Research Summary: SDG7 lagging far behind targets  
A report tracking progress toward SDG7 says the status quo will leave nearly 3 billion without electricity or clean cooking by 2030. To achieve universal access, the report added, US$55 billion is needed per year. Details »
Spotlight: Mini-Grid Community of Practice

Promoting bilateral South-South cooperation between countries in Africa is helping to scale mini-grids and guaranteeing access to reliable, low-cost energy. Learn how Ethiopia and Nigeria are sharing knowledge. Read »

Campaign Updates

We joined our partner CLEAN to launch a new state of the sector report for India, conducted state learning workshops in Nigeria, met with the Sustainable Energy & Jobs Platform, and secured high-profile media coverage. Keep up to date »

"South-South cooperation will be vital to ensure mutual support and exchange of best practices, to enhance adaptation and increase the resilience of developing countries and communities facing the devastating impacts of climate change."

Antonio Guterres, UN Secretary-General, March 20, 2019
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