Renewable Energy Project Resource Center is a platform created in partnership with Energypedia and the World Bank to bring together documents on renewable energy projects in developing countries and to remove knowledge barriers as well as address the crucial question of how universal and sustainable energy access for all can be achieved. Read More
Renewable Energy Project Resource Center A platform created in partnership with Energypedia and the World Bank that brings together documents on renewables projects in developing countries.
Energypedia is a wiki-based platform for collaborative knowledge exchange on renewable energy and energy access issues in the context of development cooperation.
Recognizing that development in the 21st century requires that all actors have access to information, energypedia is working to leverage Web 2.0 technologies in order to remove knowledge barriers and expand the diffusion of information addressing the crucial question of how universal and sustainable energy access for all can be achieved. Through the platform we strive to create the right 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. The platform currently includes 1,599 free articles, contributed by the growing community of than 3,467 registered users made up of energy practitioners, experts, academics and other interested stakeholders.