Exciting news: Actress Amita Suman presented our BBC Radio 4 Appeal
On Sunday 12 March and Thursday 16 March actress and Renewable World supporter Amita Suman presented our BBC Radio 4 Appeal to raise vital funds for our work to transform lives through clean energy. Follow the link below to find out more, listen to and support our appeal.
(em)Powering communities forward
Clean, reliable energy is critical to education, water, health, agriculture, business, and more. Energy poverty is one of the primary barriers for families to realise their full potential.
1 in 9 people lack access to electricity
1 in 3 people lack access to clean cooking
1 in 10 people lack access to clean water
Since 2008, we have reached over 109,000 people with renewable energy technologies and services. Learn more about how we are creating brighter futures in Nepal and Kenya.
Why Renewable World?
87% of the nearly 840 million people without energy live in rural areas.
Achieving universal access to safe, clean energy will require innovative and collaborative solutions. It is not enough to rely on traditional energy service providers to reach those most in need – we must creatively mix both on-grid and off-grid solutions.
We specialise in developing and deploying effective ways of bringing off-grid renewable energy solutions to the most remote and underserved communities, empowering them to achieve sustainable and resilient lives.
We don’t just implement innovative renewable technologies. We work alongside communities through our award-winning Community Centred Model. Learn more about our unique and sustainable approach.
Diana is the acting treasurer of her community’s solar microgrid management committee in Kenya. She is one of five executive leaders. While Diana now has clean energy to power her home, she is most excited about her new role and the impact she is having on her community.
“Students are now working very hard and getting better performance. A women’s group is now digging and planting tomatoes. There is a mother using a freezer to make an income. This energy means we no longer must buy expensive kerosene for study or carry water for our fields. Things are going very well.”
Read more stories like Diana’s from our partner communities in Nepal and Kenya.
Help us increase access to clean, affordable and sustainable energy for 500,000 people by the end of 2030