Support Clean Energy Access Entrepreneurs
The entrepreneurs we work with are addressing the UN's Sustainable Development Goal #7 which targets by 2030:
Universal access to affordable, reliable, and modern energy services
Increase substantially the share of renewable energy in the global energy mix
Double the global rate of improvement in energy efficiency
Achieving these goals are necessary to improve the quality of life of people living in poverty while fighting climate change, the effects of which are disproportionately felt by the global poor.
Miller Center has worked with more than 115 social enterprises whose primary focus is on providing clean energy access. Our expertise in this sector has been captured in a series of white papers shown on this page.
Energy Access India was a program run by Miller Center and New Ventures from 2015 to 2018, with the support of USAID, which helped 30 renewable energy companies raise $40 million of investment and provide clean energy to over 2.5 million Indians through a customized capacity development and investment facilitation program.
Since 2014, the Clean Cooking Alliance and Miller Center have partnered to support the adoption of clean cookstoves and fuels through the development of clean cookstove entrepreneurs in the GSBI Accelerator and GSBI Online programs, and through several GSBI Boost workshops.
Banner photo courtesy of Onergy