Energy Community of Practitioners - ENERGYCoP

ENERGYCoP is a global and not-for-profit community of practice. Its purpose is to facilitate information sharing and collaboration among a diverse network of stakeholders who are engaged in providing Safe Access to Fuel and Energy (SAFE) to crisis-affected people, such as refugees, Internally Displaced People (IDPs) and those affected by disaster caused by natural hazards.

Within this community of practice, every individual and organization interested in issues related to energy access and energy technologies in humanitarian settings can access resources, connect with partners and contribute to ongoing discussions on various topics. Connecting all actors interested in this sector enhances the efficiency and efficacy of fuel and energy initiatives that improve the lives and livelihoods of displaced people worldwide.

ENERGYCoP is designed to be an interactive one-stop-shop with an open-knowledge approach that enables you to search for projects, technologies, tools, and resources of interest related to energy access in humanitarian settings – or share materials that you consider valuable to the community. You can also pose questions, ask for advice, contribute your expertise, or share your experience and best practices with the other members.

ENERGYCoP was created by the partners within SET4food -Sustainable Energy Technologies for Food Security in Humanitarian Contexts - project in 2017 and it will be managed by the SAFE Humanitarian Working Group after its Launch.

 

The platform will be Launched in September 2017. Continue to follow us to find out the date of the Launch and join ENERGYCoP.

 

May 16 2017

 

SET4food is a project developed by:                                                                                                                                

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                                                           Co-funded by:      

         EU CP-HA EN                                                                                                                                                  

 

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