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Academic Circle

Connected student and staff researchers working on economic development-related questions in REIPPPP

Funded and Supported by USAID

Sessions held: 5 sessions

Duration: 368 minutes

Total no. participated: 36 participants

Average no. per session: 7 participants

About the Dialogue

Academic research is an important contributor to knowledge and learning for a more just energy transition. Often, data access or even the dissemination of findings can be challenging for students and staff. To address this, INSPIRE NPC created a space to network, exchange about research ideas, solve problems together, support each other with practical research challenges and discuss emerging findings and more with the main aim of bringing people together to inspire each other and strengthen each other’s’ work through collaboration. This platform was open to academic staff and thesis students, including corporate SP/ED practitioners enrolled for postgrad studies.

Disclaimer: This project is made possible by the support of the American People through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The contents of this project are the sole responsibility of the Initiative for Social Performance in Renewable Energy (INSPIRE) and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States Government.