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What is the role of the private sector in delivering access to sustainable energy for all?

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The International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) is conducting a stakeholder survey to explore the role of the private sector in delivering access to sustainable energy services. As 2012 is the International Year of Sustainable Energy for All and the launch of the UN Sustainable Energy for All Initiative (SE4ALL), the consultation looks at the potential for SE4ALL to support private sector involvement in stimulating access to energy, renewable energy and energy efficiency.

The goal of the survey is to provide a better understanding of current barriers and challenges to private sector involvement - particularly in stimulating energy access for the poorest - and to determine the potential for SE4ALL to help in overcoming these challenges, improving living conditions and enhancing development opportunities.

An analysis of the interviews has been summarized in this brief:

Sustainable Energy for All and the private sector, R. Bellanca Independent - E. Wilson, IIED

The following interviews have been carried out during March-May 2012:

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