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WEBINAR | EDUCATION & YOUTH | SELCO Education Energy and Young People - Rachita Misra

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Smart Villages/LCEDN webinar series

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One of the most powerful benefits of energy access in rural communities in the developing world is the potential impact on education. Whether a simple solar lantern permits an extra hour of homework and study after dark, or whether a more sophisticated community energy and ICT project permits remote education and training to take place. And one of the most important, but often under-represented, groups of community stakeholders are young people.

This LCEDN/Smart Villages webinar aims to create a wide-ranging discussion on these issues, with experts presenting their experiences and work on diverse aspects of the energy/youth/education equation.

Our presenters this month include Dr Jiska de Groot and the team at the Energy Research Centre at the University of Cape Town, Craig Gibbs from JET Education Services in South Africa, Prof Jo Tacchi and Dr Amalia Sabiescu from Loughborough University, and Rachita Misra and Huda Jaffer from the SELCO Foundation.

In addition to presentations on their experiences, the webinar included an opportunity for Q&A with all webinar participants.

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WEBINAR | EDUCATION & YOUTH | SELCO Education Energy and Young People - Rachita Misra

  1. 1. Energy Access, Education and Young People SELCO Foundation | April 6, 2018
  2. 2. SELCOFoundation | Education + Energy ons. of s e to he he d tion e l, y of not d, in the ch e on SELCO Foundation: Areas of work, energy access helps catalyze basic wellbeing, health, education and livelihoods. Energy Nexus
  3. 3. SELCOFoundation | Education + Energy Overview | Education + Energy Objective: Decentralize provision of quality education by providing access to clean and sustainable energy • Efficient Technology for Schools, Anganwadis and Hostels • Basic Needs- Lighting and Fans • Educational Needs ie AudioVisual Aids— Projectors, TVs, Computers, Tablets • Infrastructure Needs- Water Pumps, Water Purification, Mixer-grinders • Innovating upon delivery models • Light as an incentive- Portable batteries and charging stations in schools - energy as an incentive for school attendance • Mobile Computer Labs- Creating a mobile educational infrastructure by using decentralised renewable energy- creating shared infrastructure and keeping in mind the limited resource of trained teachers
  4. 4. SELCOFoundation | Education + Energy Digital Education Program Education + Energy Access Combination of the three determines Desirability, Feasibility and Viability Incremental Solutions for existing housing typologies to incorporate energy efficiency Sustainable materials with lowered embodied energy; layout planning to ensure cross ventilation and efficient space utilisation Design of complete habitat to look at energy infrastructure- sustaining the activities housed within (eg: lights and TV for homes, audio visual aids for schools, health equipments for PHCs) Appropriate Content Efficient Technology Capacity Building
  5. 5. ot reach its end up having mes or does not ffectively. This ystem in place. under-served are complex in echnologies nd financial at have the ansformative nnovations and tem goes a The built for anybuilt for any se consists of propriate kill ding at various and conducive these factors e adoption,e adoption, t-driven enterprise that can provide and service the packaged solution with solar energy. The Digital Education Progams installed and run in rural and tribal high schools Example of building the ecosystem for educational aids The Ecosystem - From an End User Pespective SELCO Foundation’s core focus and uniqueness has been to shift away from ntion SELCOFoundation | Education + Energy Ecosystem From an End User Perspective Digital Education Progams installed and run in rural and tribal high schools Example of building the ecosystem for educational aids
  6. 6. ot reach its end up having mes or does not ffectively. This ystem in place. under-served are complex in echnologies nd financial at have the ansformative nnovations and tem goes a The built for anybuilt for any se consists of propriate kill ding at various and conducive these factors e adoption,e adoption, t-driven enterprise that can provide and service the packaged solution with solar energy. The Digital Education Progams installed and run in rural and tribal high schools Example of building the ecosystem for educational aids The Ecosystem - From an End User Pespective SELCO Foundation’s core focus and uniqueness has been to shift away from ntion SELCOFoundation | Education + Energy Ecosystem From an End User Perspective Digital Education Progams installed and run in rural and tribal high schools Example of building the ecosystem for educational aids The program has reached approximately 1500 schools, across 3 states.
  7. 7. SELCOFoundation | Education + Energy Education + Innovation Clean Energy Supply Chain Innovator Technical Knowledge Entrepreneur • Problem Solving aptitude • Need Assessment • Human Centred Design • Sustainability and Efficiency • Inclusive thought process • Problem Solving Aptitude • Drive and ecosystem that allows for risk • Need Assessment and social innovation • Business Acumen • Patience in Process Building • Technical Knowledge • Practical and practitioner driven training • Problem Solving Aptitude • Need assessment
  8. 8. SELCOFoundation | Education + Energy Overview | Education + Innovation Objective: Create Sustainable, Innovative, Holistic thinkers who can become the change makers of tomorrow  • Developing models of capacity building ie Knowledge development + Technology, Entrepreneurship & Innovation  + Practical application • Creating model training centers that work towards solutions to improve the energy scenario among the rural and urban poor • Creating an end to end process for skill development • Building manpower capacity for clean energy technology –Technicians, Service providers, Sales personnel, Entrepreneurs, Innovators 16 skilling centres 50 + school engagement programs- Invention and Sustainable Education 20 + regular University Engagement Programs
  9. 9. SELCOFoundation | Education + Energy Inventing Green Program Education + Innovation
  10. 10. SELCOFoundation | Education + Energy Concluding Remarks • Energy is a means to better education, and thus needs to be complemented by strengthening of other ecosystem factors • Holistic education solutions should look at technology, appropriate content, feasible financial model and human capacity building • The delivery of education can hamper how we build the workforce for the future- and thus, the method of delivering education and skills can make or break the sustainability of the value chain in the future

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