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Clean Energy Access Network aims to provide energy access to 300 mn people

CLEAN has been formed with an aim to expand access to clean, safe, reliable and affordable energy services and catalyse the decentralised clean energy sector in India

BS B2B Bureau  |  New Delhi 

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(CLEAN), formed by Twelve key stakeholders in the decentralised energy access sector, is aiming to expand access to affordable and solutions for India’s ‘last mile’ - which includes over 300 million people who have not been reached by the national grid and do not have access to electricity.
 
CLEAN has been formed by Ashden India Collective; Council on Energy, Environment and Water; GIZ India; Indian Renewable Energy Federation; SELCO Foundation; Shakti Sustainable Energy Foundation; Small Scale Sustainable Infrastructure Development Fund; The Climate Group; The Energy and Resources Institute; The Nand and Jeet Khemka Foundation; United Nations Foundation Energy Access Practitioner Network; and World Wide Fund for Nature - India.
 
Of the 1.2 billion people without access to electricity globally, one-third are in India. Another 800 million people in India do not have access to modern cooking solutions. Through the collective experience and innovation of its alliance members, CLEAN will work to expand access to affordable and services by systematically addressing the barriers that the sector in India currently faces, supporting the global vision of the United Nations-led Sustainable Energy For All initiative to achieve universal access to modern energy by 2030.
 
As an influential body for the sector in India, CLEAN will represent and advocate on behalf of the sector to important public and private stakeholders, particularly the government at the central and state levels.
 
CLEAN aims to address four challenges that are specific to the sector in India at present - issues around the policy and regulatory environment, limited financial access for both end users and enterprises, dearth of skilled capacity across various levels of competence, and technology standardisation for clean energy products and services.
 
CLEAN will expand its membership to represent a wide spectrum of social enterprises across a range of technologies and scales of operation – from those specialising in the sale of household renewable energy systems to enterprises that focus on the installation of community-level mini-grids.

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Clean Energy Access Network aims to provide energy access to 300 mn people

CLEAN has been formed with an aim to expand access to clean, safe, reliable and affordable energy services and catalyse the decentralised clean energy sector in India

CLEAN has been formed with an aim to expand access to clean, safe, reliable and affordable energy services and catalyse the decentralised clean energy sector in India (CLEAN), formed by Twelve key stakeholders in the decentralised energy access sector, is aiming to expand access to affordable and solutions for India’s ‘last mile’ - which includes over 300 million people who have not been reached by the national grid and do not have access to electricity.
 
CLEAN has been formed by Ashden India Collective; Council on Energy, Environment and Water; GIZ India; Indian Renewable Energy Federation; SELCO Foundation; Shakti Sustainable Energy Foundation; Small Scale Sustainable Infrastructure Development Fund; The Climate Group; The Energy and Resources Institute; The Nand and Jeet Khemka Foundation; United Nations Foundation Energy Access Practitioner Network; and World Wide Fund for Nature - India.
 
Of the 1.2 billion people without access to electricity globally, one-third are in India. Another 800 million people in India do not have access to modern cooking solutions. Through the collective experience and innovation of its alliance members, CLEAN will work to expand access to affordable and services by systematically addressing the barriers that the sector in India currently faces, supporting the global vision of the United Nations-led Sustainable Energy For All initiative to achieve universal access to modern energy by 2030.
 
As an influential body for the sector in India, CLEAN will represent and advocate on behalf of the sector to important public and private stakeholders, particularly the government at the central and state levels.
 
CLEAN aims to address four challenges that are specific to the sector in India at present - issues around the policy and regulatory environment, limited financial access for both end users and enterprises, dearth of skilled capacity across various levels of competence, and technology standardisation for clean energy products and services.
 
CLEAN will expand its membership to represent a wide spectrum of social enterprises across a range of technologies and scales of operation – from those specialising in the sale of household renewable energy systems to enterprises that focus on the installation of community-level mini-grids.
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Clean Energy Access Network aims to provide energy access to 300 mn people

CLEAN has been formed with an aim to expand access to clean, safe, reliable and affordable energy services and catalyse the decentralised clean energy sector in India

(CLEAN), formed by Twelve key stakeholders in the decentralised energy access sector, is aiming to expand access to affordable and solutions for India’s ‘last mile’ - which includes over 300 million people who have not been reached by the national grid and do not have access to electricity.
 
CLEAN has been formed by Ashden India Collective; Council on Energy, Environment and Water; GIZ India; Indian Renewable Energy Federation; SELCO Foundation; Shakti Sustainable Energy Foundation; Small Scale Sustainable Infrastructure Development Fund; The Climate Group; The Energy and Resources Institute; The Nand and Jeet Khemka Foundation; United Nations Foundation Energy Access Practitioner Network; and World Wide Fund for Nature - India.
 
Of the 1.2 billion people without access to electricity globally, one-third are in India. Another 800 million people in India do not have access to modern cooking solutions. Through the collective experience and innovation of its alliance members, CLEAN will work to expand access to affordable and services by systematically addressing the barriers that the sector in India currently faces, supporting the global vision of the United Nations-led Sustainable Energy For All initiative to achieve universal access to modern energy by 2030.
 
As an influential body for the sector in India, CLEAN will represent and advocate on behalf of the sector to important public and private stakeholders, particularly the government at the central and state levels.
 
CLEAN aims to address four challenges that are specific to the sector in India at present - issues around the policy and regulatory environment, limited financial access for both end users and enterprises, dearth of skilled capacity across various levels of competence, and technology standardisation for clean energy products and services.
 
CLEAN will expand its membership to represent a wide spectrum of social enterprises across a range of technologies and scales of operation – from those specialising in the sale of household renewable energy systems to enterprises that focus on the installation of community-level mini-grids.

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