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What is Efficiency for Access?

Efficiency for Access first kicked off in 2015 as a year-long call to action and collaborative effort led by Global LEAP & Sustainable Energy for All. Now, a number of donors have joined together under a scaled-up Efficiency for Access – a coalition promoting energy efficiency as a potent catalyst in global clean energy access efforts. Coalition programs aim to scale up markets and reduce prices for super-efficient, off- and weak-grid appropriate products, support technological innovation, and improve sector coordination. Current Efficiency for Access Coalition members have programs and initiatives spanning three different continents, 44 countries, and 19 key technologies. The Efficiency for Access Coalition is coordinated jointly by CLASP and the Energy Saving Trust.