Educators Drive Energy Access in Higher Education

Insights from the TEA-LP and Efficiency for Access Design Challenge

Delve into the inspiring world of clean energy education.

Discover how educators are carving a path in driving clean energy access in higher education through the Transforming Energy Access – Learning Partnership (TEA-LP) and the Efficiency for Access Design Challenge. ​

These programmes empower universities and students in the Global South to drive energy access through skill development and innovation. Gain insights from educators at Independent University, Bangladesh, Gulu University in Uganda, University of Port Harcourt in Nigeria, and Strathmore University in Kenya, on bridging skills gaps, inspiring students, and aligning programmes across the sector with renewable energy studies.

These initiatives provide students with essential skills, mentorship, and access to funds, leading to employment opportunities and research grants throughout the sector, and accelerating clean energy access globally.

Explore the experiences and insights of educators and students in the full case study.