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Energy Poverty
10 Facts
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Energy poverty means a lack of
basic needs, profound inequality and
economic stagnation
Read full reportEnergy Poverty 10 ...
Energy poverty depends on relative
energy costs and the quantity of
accessible energy
Read full reportEnergy Poverty 10 Fa...
In 2014, 14 percent of the world lacked
access to electricity, and 37 percent
had no access to clean fuels
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Access to non-solid fuel is a
more acute problem than access
to electricity
Read full reportEnergy Poverty 10 Facts
Note: ...
Energy poverty is particularly severe
in some sub-Saharan African and
Asian countries
Read full reportEnergy Poverty 10 Fa...
By 2040, 95 percent of the global
population without access to
electricity will be in sub-Saharan Africa
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On average, countries would need to
use less than 0.1 percent of their land
for solar PV to reach 1,000 kWh per
person per...
Electrification pathways face
the tradeoff between on-grid or
off-grid solutions
Read full reportEnergy Poverty 10 Facts
S...
An array of stakeholders are
developing an ecosystem to create
access to clean, reliable, and
affordable energy
Read full ...
Innovative financial solutions are
accelerating the deployment of
decentralized solutions in
low-income markets
Read full ...
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A.T. Kearney Energy Transition Institute: Energy Poverty 10 Facts

The new Energy Transition Institute FactBook summarizes the status of energy poverty, evaluates the threat that energy poverty presents to society and assesses technologies that could help provide universal access to clean, sustainable, and affordable energy. It also provides insights into regulation and policies designed to support solutions that could reduce or eliminate energy poverty.

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A.T. Kearney Energy Transition Institute: Energy Poverty 10 Facts

  1. 1. Energy Poverty 10 Facts Read full report
  2. 2. Energy poverty means a lack of basic needs, profound inequality and economic stagnation Read full reportEnergy Poverty 10 Facts Source: A.T. Kearney Energy Transition Institute Energy is needed to provide for human needs, such as clean air, health, food and water, education, and basic human rights. It is fundamental to the development of every economic sector. • Health • Water and food access • Education and gender equality • Environment • Economics Electricity Non-solid fuels Modern energy access Energy sources Energy services
  3. 3. Energy poverty depends on relative energy costs and the quantity of accessible energy Read full reportEnergy Poverty 10 Facts Source: A.T. Kearney Energy Transition Institute There is no consensus on the definition of energy poverty. But numerous organizations have developed indices to characterize the energy situation of individual countries and provide a meaningful comparison between them. No accessRelativeenergycost Accessible quantity of energy Productive use Energy poverty Fuel poverty Energy abundance – + Modern needs Affordability issues Basic human needs
  4. 4. In 2014, 14 percent of the world lacked access to electricity, and 37 percent had no access to clean fuels Read full reportEnergy Poverty 10 Facts Sources: International Energy Agency, World Energy Outlook Energy Access Outlook 2017; A.T. Kearney Energy Transition Institute More than 80 percent of the total population without access to electricity and clean fuels is in rural areas. Electricity 6.440 1.060 Non-solid fuel 4.700 800 14% 37% 87% 13% 16% 84% Non-solid fuels Electricity Population without access Population with access Rural Urban
  5. 5. Access to non-solid fuel is a more acute problem than access to electricity Read full reportEnergy Poverty 10 Facts Note: Developing Asia: Bangladesh, Brunei, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Korea DPR, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Viet Nam, Afghanistan, Laos and Pacific nations. Note: World total includes OECD and Eastern Europe/Eurasia Sources: International Energy Agency, World Energy Outlook Energy Access Outlook 2017; A.T. Kearney Energy Transition Institute In the past 15 years, the number of people without access to electricity has been reduced from 1.7 billion to 1.1 billion. By contrast, the number of people without access to clean cooking remained stagnant at 2.8 billion. Non-solid fuelsElectricity More people have access to electricity and clean cooking facilities Million people 0 1,000 2,000 3,000 2000 Gained access Population growth 2016 -1% 0 1,000 2,000 2000 Gained access Population growth 2016 34%
  6. 6. Energy poverty is particularly severe in some sub-Saharan African and Asian countries Read full reportEnergy Poverty 10 Facts Source: A.T. Kearney Energy Transition Institute Most of the countries with average power consumption of less than 2,000 kWh per capita are in Africa and developing Asia and South America. Global distribution of power consumption in 2016, kWh per capita (kWh per capita) No Data Less than 500 500-1,000 1,000-2,000 2,000-5,000 Higher than 5,000
  7. 7. By 2040, 95 percent of the global population without access to electricity will be in sub-Saharan Africa Read full reportEnergy Poverty 10 Facts Sources: World Bank; International Energy Agency World Economic Outlook Energy Outlook 2017; A.T. Kearney Energy Transition Institute Current policies should lead to strong development of access to electricity in Asian countries by 2040, but the situation could worsen in sub-Saharan Africa, notably because of the population growth. Population growth People gaining access to electricity Population without access to electricity 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 2016 2040f +1% Population without access to electricity in sub-Saharan Africa
  8. 8. On average, countries would need to use less than 0.1 percent of their land for solar PV to reach 1,000 kWh per person per year. Read full reportEnergy Poverty 10 Facts Source: A.T. Kearney Energy Transition Institute 0.6% 0.0% 0.1% 0.2% 0.3% 0.4% 0.5% Land required
  9. 9. Electrification pathways face the tradeoff between on-grid or off-grid solutions Read full reportEnergy Poverty 10 Facts Source: A.T. Kearney Energy Transition Institute Grid-scale solutions generally offer lower energy costs, higher reliability, and sustainability of the solution. But high upfront investment costs and a long development time may favor off-grid solutions. Decision: mini grid or stand-alone system Decision: grid extension or off grid? Mini grid Diesel Renewable energy technology Diesel, renewable energy target hybrid Solar house system Wind house system Pico hydro Stand-alone system Distance from grid Size of demand Dispersion Type of load Off grid High consumer density High electricity load Resources availability Income level Equipment availability Low consumer density Low electricity load
  10. 10. An array of stakeholders are developing an ecosystem to create access to clean, reliable, and affordable energy Read full reportEnergy Poverty 10 Facts Source: A.T. Kearney Energy Transition Institute Private and public sectors are dedicating more resources to addressing energy poverty issues. End users and communities Utilities Business development support Governments and regulators Suppliers Policy support Awareness raising Financial institutions Private sector Development finance organizations Industry associations and non-profit actors Financial assistance Technical assistance
  11. 11. Innovative financial solutions are accelerating the deployment of decentralized solutions in low-income markets Read full reportEnergy Poverty 10 Facts Source: Source: A.T. Kearney Energy Transition Institute The lack of affordable products and appliances, financial resources, and the shortage of local skills and expertise are serious challenges now being addressed by innovative finance. Products and appliances Fee for service $ % Pay as you go $
  12. 12. A.T. Kearney is a leading global management consulting firm with offices in 40 countries. Since 1926, we have been trusted advisors to the world’s foremost organizations. A.T. Kearney is a partner-owned firm, committed to helping clients achieve immediate impact and growing advantage on their most mission-critical issues. For more information, visit www.atkearney.com. Read full report Talk to our experts Learn more about Energy Poverty: Energy Poverty 10 Facts

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