|energypedia at a Glance
|Energypedia is a wiki platform for collaborative knowledge exchange on renewable energy, energy access, and energy efficiency topics in developing countries.
Today one in ten people worldwide lack access to electricity, while every third person cooks on unhealthy fireplaces. First-hand knowledge on modern and sustainable energy solutions often only exists locally or in fragments and thus is difficult for individuals to access. Therefore, there is a great need to facilitate and expand the diffusion of these technologies in developing countries through knowledge exchange and collaboration.
Recognizing that development in the 21st century requires that all actors have access to information, energypedia is working towards removing the knowledge barriers and expanding the diffusion of information addressing the topics renewable energy, energy efficiency and sustainable energy access for all. Through this platform we strive to create an enabling environment and provide the right tools for stakeholders engaged in the energy sector to collaborate, create and share knowledge and practical experience.
On energypedia.info any registered user can easily create, modify and share content. Our users include energy practitioners, experts, academics and other interested stakeholders.
|What do we do?|
► We provide free information on renewable energy, energy access and energy efficiency on our platform, www.energypedia.info. The information on energypedia is contributed by our users.
► We inform our users about the latest development in renewable energy and energy efficiency topics via our monthly newsletter. To subscribe to our newsletter, please click here.
► We collaborate with other knowledge brokers to centralize the information on renewable energy topics and make it easily available to general public.
► We continuously develop knowledge sharing tools to improve the user's experience on energypedia.
|Where do our users come from?|
|In 2020, our users came from 201 distinct countries and cover the following continents:
► Asia (39%)
|1.8 million times all over the world.|
- The countries are based on ISO country codes.