The Alliance for Rural Electrification launches the Small Wind Campaign




The Alliance for Rural Electrification (ARE) has launched its Small Wind Campaign, which aims to eliminate the bottlenecks and misconceptions that have been preventing decision makers in developing countries from integrating this technology in their energy choices for rural communities, even when they are one the most cost-effective solutions.

During the Campaign, which will last one year, ARE will approach energy sector decision makers in developing countries through several workshops, webinars and one-on-one meetings to assess their country’s or community’s energy needs, fill information gaps and share best-practices on small wind development.

All these recommendations are publicly available in a new position paper The potential of small and medium wind energy in developing countries. Aguide for energy sector decision-makers.