The centers aim to positively impact quality of life and livelihoods by addressing fundamental energy needs and services relying on energy.
The Global Replication Program involves working with local partners in different countries to build their capacity to develop conducive conditions that enables deployment of sustainable energy solutions to underserved populations. In particular this program seeks to:
Inculcate holistic thinking in developing and designing solutions for underserved communities
Introduce participants to a library of processes that have gone towards building sustainable energy enterprises for underserved communities that can be adapted or replicated across similar contexts in countries
Plug in the gaps in building 5 energy access ecosystem pillars of skill development, policy, incubation, financing and high risk innovation via local partnerships.
Through the failures and successes in India and elsewhere in the world, the program will also raw on a library of knowledge and experience that shorten the learning curve as countries look to building their own local ecosystems.