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									16 commitments made by the NGO & CSO on Sustainable Energy, via the Sustain
   Organization           Stakeholder                 Issue area
Architecture 2030      NGO/CSO          Capacity building & knowledge sharing




ClimateWorks Foundation
                      NGO/CSO           Energy planning and policies

EDP Foundation         NGO/CSO          Distributed electricity solutions

JUCCCE                 NGO/CSO          Finance & risk management

Practical Action       NGO/CSO          Distributed electricity solutions




Solar Electric Light Fund NGO/CSO       Distributed electricity solutions


TERI                    NGO/CSO         Distributed electricity solutions
Water and Energy Relief NGO/CSO
                        International   Distributed electricity solutions
Zayed Future energy
prize                  NGO/CSO          Capacity building & knowledge sharing


Climate Institute      NGO/CSO          Distributed electricity solutions
Tanzania Renewable
Energy Association     NGO/CSO          Capacity building & knowledge sharing
Hedon - Household
Energy Network        NGO/CSO     Capacity building & knowledge sharing

Renewable and
Appropriate Energy
Laboratory, University
of California, Berkeley NGO/CSO   Capacity building & knowledge sharing




Rockefeller Foundation NGO/CSO    Distributed electricity solutions

Windmade              NGO/CSO     Large scale renewable power




Good Return           NGO/CSO     Capacity building & knowledge sharing
CSO on Sustainable Energy, via the Sustainable Energy for All initiative
  Commitment(s)
  Development of the Palette 2030 platform to help architects and construction companies exclusively build carbon neutral buildings by 2030.
  ClimateWorks Foundation supports public policies that prevent dangerous climate change and promote global prosperity. To support this mission, ClimateWorks
  Foundation commits up to $15 million dollars over three years: $2 million a year, plus an additional $3 million a year that is contingent on a financial match, for three
  years, to sector-specific implementing institutions to assist India, China, Brazil, or Mexico, to identify, adapt, and implement proven best-practice energy efficiency and
  renewable energy policies.
  Installation of sustainable access to energy projects with solar solutions and capacity building in off-grid communities. Solutions for households, schools, clinics and
  public spaces.
  JUCCCE's Green Municipal Bonds initiative will increase access to electricity, energy efficiency & renewable energy generation by leveraging China's emerging muni
  bond market to fund green projects.
  Annual publication of Poor Peoples Energy Outlook report, awareness campaigns in Europe, access technical info for practitioners, expand energy access work, new
  partnerships with private sector.
  SELF will begin installing eight new solar powered drip irrigation systems and solar systems to power wells in Benin.
  SELF will install solar energy systems to power two primary schools, one secondary school, two health clinics in Benin and also systems to power a micro-enterprise
  center that will enable small businesses – such as barbers, cell phone charging stations, etc.
  SELF will install solar electric systems at 11 health care facilities and one hospital located along the southwest coast of Haiti to improve the quality of medical services
  provided to more than 170,000 Haitians. In the central plateau of Haiti, SELF will support agricultural development and ensure food security through the implementation
  of one of its Solar Market Gardens™ and solar systems to power a fish farm, helping to deliver fresh fish to the people of the region and also spur economic
  development.
  To further support educational development in the central plateau of Haiti, SELF will provide solar power to 20 additional schools. In addition, to help revitalize
  Lighting a Billion Lives - Our programme aims to create access to clean lighting for energy deprived households through solar and other clean energy technologies.
  We will impact 1 million lives providing them access to clean lighting through solar and other clean technologies by 2018. We have already tied up $ 2 million from
  Corporates and Government sources and will raise additional funds, as required from Corporates and Foundations to achieve the objective.
  Electricity for all

  The global high school prize new category....
  An international outreach initiative will be launched to raise support for participating small island economies to enable some to transform their economies to
  renewables by 2020, and for all by 2030.
  To raise awareness of RETs to communities and authorities through 3 fails, advocacy to remove taxes on bio-digesters, briquettes, standards for solar water heaters,
  wind turbines, Print 6 issues, each 500 copies, of bilingual magazine on renewable energy technologies for awareness creation
HEDON commits to inform and empower practitioners in order to unlock barriers to household energy access by: Addressing knowledge gaps; Facilitating partnerships
and Fostering information sharing.
Organize London meet-ups
Publish issues of the journal "Boiling Point"
Share information online
Expand the stoves and biodigesters databases
Make tools and training materials available in open source format for carbon and resource foot-printing, and for modeling and planning low-carbon sustainable energy
futures. We will focus on tools tailored for individuals, municipalities, schools, and businesses, but welcome partners to expand the scope further.
Commit to adapting and evolving these tools to make them useful in local contexts worldwide, starting with a process to identify and make available fellowships for
young and established academic leaders committed to evolving and utilizing locally these tools to achieve the SEFA objectives;
Chair and support a network of academic partner institutions committed to building educational curricula around the tools needed to evaluate and integrate SEFA goals.
The Rockefeller Foundation has made a three year commitment to demonstrate the potential for significantly expanding decentralized renewable energy provision in
rural India, by leveraging the rapidly expanding cellular telephone tower network as an anchor customer. The Foundation will work with a diverse set of partners from
the private sector, rural development NGOs, and renewable energy experts to facilitate the establishment of commercially-operated small scale power plants, and to
strengthen the overall enabling environment (policy, industry, finance) needed for scaling-up. Through these efforts SPEED seeks to validate that access to decentralized
renewable energy can be sustainably expanded, providing affordable and reliable energy to poor rural populations, and thereby improving quality of life and enhancing
Attract a minimum of 100 members to the WindMade initiative by the end of 2013, procuring at least 25% of their operational electricity from wind power, or
manufacturing their products with 100% renewable energy.
We "connect the dots", working with different stakeholders (MFI, product supplier/distributor, customers) and providing them with training/tools to ensure the
continuation of the process without us.
4,000 products sold by June 2013 across the 7 countries.
100 actors trained to facilitate the supply of sustainable energy products, by June 2013
5 (out of 7) models operating with limited support from Good Return, by June 80% of the customers satisfied with the products and support, by June 2013.
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