«Energy and development are indivisible. Of all forms of exclusion, electric exclusion is the most significant. Approximately 1.4 billion people still lack access to electricity, and approximately 3 billion people depend on fossil fuels as their primary energy source.
The lack of reliable energy services limits activities that generate revenue and hinders the provision of basic services, such as health and education. Access to energy is vital to social development, economic prosperity, environmental sustainability and to attain the Millennium Development Goals defined by the United Nations.
Due to its dedication to open itself to the world, the EDP Group is committed to driving Access to Energy (A2E) in developing countries, focusing on regions that are not connected to the electricity grid, helping break their cycle of poverty…»