On 25 July 2019 the RELIEF Centre, with the Institute for Global Prosperity, UCL and Chatham House, organised and ran the workshop Transitions to Renewable Energy and Sustainable Prosperity in Lebanon: A People-Centred Approach to Equitable Energy Supply. The workshop joined the research and thinking of these institutions with pioneers from Lebanon’s energy sector. Over the course of the day, we discussed ideas, collaborations, and strategies that could help Lebanon move towards a more prosperous energy future. We found that through place-based and people-centred approaches, we will be able to support models of energy delivery that meet people’s needs in context; their socio-economic conditions, their perspective and aspirations for achieving their self-defined prosperity.
Read the report from the workshop in full here.