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Expand infrastructure and upgrade technology to supply modern and sustainable energy services for all, especially in least developed countries.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
Job Candidate
  1. Local Renewable Energy Cooperatives: Invest in and manage renewable energy projects at the local level.

  2. Microfinance Institutions for Energy: Provide microloans to individuals or communities to invest in clean energy solutions, such as solar panels or improved cookstoves.

  3. Community-Based Energy Entrepreneurs: Small businesses in local communities that provide and maintain energy services.

  4. Women's Energy Cooperatives: Empower women in rural areas to lead and participate in energy projects, promoting gender-inclusive and sustainable solutions.

  5. Energy Access NGOs: Improve energy access in remote or underserved communities.

  6. Local Environmental and Sustainability Groups: Promote sustainable development, including energy projects that reduce environmental impact.

  7. Educational Institutions with Energy Programs: Universities or local educational institutions engage in projects to enhance energy access and education in their communities.

  8. Community Development Trusts: Manage community funds for development projects, including those related to improving energy infrastructure.

  9. Indigenous Peoples' Energy Initiatives: Integrate sustainable energy solutions while respecting their cultural and environmental values.

  10. Social Enterprises Focused on Clean Energy: Local businesses with a social mission, dedicated to providing clean energy solutions to communities in need.

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