Peeling the Onion: Monitoring and Evaluation for Assessment and Learning in Energy Access
Providing last-mile energy access continues to be a challenge and opportunity that clean energy practitioners need to deliver to vulnerable communities, often with support from donor governments, philanthropic organizations, and the private sector. In this space, monitoring and evaluation systems towards tracking and measuring developmental outcomes are essential. These systems ensure that interventions are carefully constructed and lessons can be cascaded and are replicable, to understand different needs and on-the-ground realities.
This Asia Clean Energy Forum (ACEF) Side event, organized by WRI India, will discuss the importance and incorporation of various process towards capturing these change(s) and the need for these systems to be seen as a strategy towards building community-centric interventions. The panel would be guided by the cross-sectoral approach (technological, socio-economic, etc) towards an inclusive energy access and/or transition, especially working with vulnerable communities.
Date: Thursday, June 16, 2022