Event: Smart Grid Technologies and Implications for Inclusive Development in Sri Lanka

Energy Technology Innovation in South Asia: Implications for Gender Equality and Social Inclusion

03 April 2018
Author / Speaker: 
Reihana Mohideen, University of Melbourne
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How can gender equality and social inclusion (GESI) be integrated into electricity systems modelling with a rural electrification focus? What are the potential entry points for GESI in the renewable energy programs of the Government of Sri Lanka? These two questions are answered in this session that discusses the methodology, findings, and outcomes of the research on “Energy Technology Innovation in South Asia: Implications for Gender and Social Inclusion” conducted by the University of Melbourne for ADB.

Geographical Focus: 
Sri Lanka
Subregional- South Asia
Type of Content: 
Learning Event


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