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DPhil student Sarah Rosenberg-Jansen has a new article in Nature Energy on ‘Inclusive energy solutions in refugee camps’.

Inclusive design — that engages refugee communities, humanitarian agencies and the private sector — is a promising approach that offers considerable improvements in energy access for refugees. However, delivering inclusive sustainable energy solutions in refugee camps is complex. This article focuses on two key elements: evidence-based assessment and the development of inclusive delivery approaches.

Read the article here