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The pace of electrification needs to double worldwide

GSEP at COP27: Why is electrification central to the climate conversation?

Global Electrification Monitor: 2022 trends in end-use sectors

14 companies endorse the Catalyzing Electrification Accord at Climate Week NYC

ELECTRIFICATION IS THE LOW-CARBON FUTURE | GSEP at Climate Week NYC

GSEP held an in-person event around the challenges and enablers of electrification at Climate Week NYC.

2022 Marrakesh CEO Summit

GSEP hosted a conference showcasing influential stakeholders of the African and global energy sector.

Electrification Hub

Electrification is the vital pathway for the energy transition.

Success stories

Success stories

Success stories showcasing the concrete benefits of electrification for our communities

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Public policies for electrification

Public policies

Public policies will play a central role in enabling electricity to make economies more competitive.

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Electrification dashboard

Electrification dashboard

Track the pace of electrification across sectors and regions

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Events

GSEP aims at bringing together all stakeholders of the value chain to discuss the challenges and define the enablers to electrification, as well as learn from each other’s expertise and experiences.

Publications​

GSEP produces a range of documents that present the enablers and challenges of the global electricity sector.

Scholarships

The Education for Sustainable Energy Development (ESED) scholarship program inspires the next generation of innovators and thinkers to create a sustainable future.

Electrification: a vital pathway for the energy transition

Electricity is essential for our digital and modern era. Cleaner, efficient, flexible, reliable and affordable electricity is indispensable for climate protection, and a major driver of development and economic growth.
Electrification rates must double if we are to meet climate objectives.

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people around the world still do not have access to electricity
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is the share of electricity in the global energy system
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of electricity generated worldwide is carbon-free and that share continues to grow