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To address this global challenge call, a multi-sectorial consortium led by two UK Universities (Coventry University and the University of Oxford), with an international civil society partner and developing country researchers (Practical Action) and an international sustainable energy and ICT social enterprise consultancy (Scene Connect), has been formed to provide original research on energy for displaced populations. The overarching aim of this proposal is the implementation of safe and sustainable energy solutions for lighting, electrification, cooking, heating and cooling, and water and sanitation that promotes development and improves wellbeing in displaced communities, and the associated ICT-based business processes that enable replication and scalability.
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- Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council
- Humanitarian Energy
- Distributed Energy Systems
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- 2 Participation in conference
Halford, A., 24 Mar 2021, Coventry: Coventry University.
Research output: Working paperOpen Access
Nixon, J. D. & Gaura, E., 1 Jan 2019, Energy Access and Forced Migration. Grafham, O. (ed.). 1 ed. Taylor and Francis - Balkema, p. 156-167 12 p.
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Chapter › peer-review
Nixon, J., Dizqah, A. M., Zhoholieva, Y. & Gaura, E., Aug 2018.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Paper