Camco at COP27 events
Transitioning remote communities to renewable energy
Saturday 12 November | 10:00 – 11:30 EGY
IRENA Pavilion (Blue Zone)
The event will elicit dialogue on transitioning remote, isolated and indigenous communities to clean energy by increased adoption of renewables as an alternative to fossil fuels, particularly diesel. The event will also include a discussion on investment needs and delivery models for renewable energy deployment across these communities.
The scope of discussion during the event will be informed by the findings of an on-going study of case studies and best practices in electricity provision for remote communities across different regions, which covers different renewable technologies in use, strategic partnerships and delivery mechanisms deployed, level of community involvement and ownership, resulting socio-economic impacts, and proven models for replication and scaling up.
Harish Hande, Chief Executive Officer, SELCO Foundation (moderator)
Ieva Indriunaite, Policy and Partnerships Manager, Camco
Alfred Rungol, General Manager, Climate Change and Development Authority Papua New Guinea
Tri Mumpuni, Member - Board of Governors, National Research and Innovation of Indonesia (BRIN)/ Executive Director, IBEKA
Representative from Sub-Saharan Africa
Representative from Indigenous Community, Canada