Pamir Energy Company among international finalists for the 2017 Ashden Award — Asia Plus News , Tajikistan | AKFED Partnered Co.

Pamir Energy Company is one of the international finalists for the prestigious Ashden Award. The 2017 Ashden Award judges have reportedly narrowed down the finalists for this year’s Awards to 22 impressive organizations, covering what they consider to be the best in sustainable energy around the world. International finalists are truly global, with projects in Tajikistan,…

Behind the scenes at the Ashden Awards: Martin Wright discusses his experiences as an assessor with Ashden’s Emma-Louise Frost — Forum for the future org

(…) Emma: What has been your most interesting assessment trip so far? Martin: When visiting GIZ/Integration in Afghanistan [a micro-hydro programme that brought reliable, renewable electricity to remote North Eastern parts of the country for the first time] in 2012, what struck me most was the contrast between the shocking scenes and stories you hear…

Video: Ashden Awards Conference 2011 Session 4

http://www.ashdenawards.org Session 4 includes a keynote speech from Stephen O’Brien MP, films and presentations from Pankaj Patel (Abellon CleanEnergy), Suraj Wahab Ologburo (Toyola Energy), Qayum Ali Shah (Aga Khan Planning & Building Service, Pakistan), followed by a Q&A session chaired by Madeleine Bunting Earlier Posts: Video on Aga Khan Planning and Building Service, Pakistan –…

Clean Energy Pioneer AKPBS Receives Prestigious Environmental Prize for BACIP Programme in Pakistan – AKDN Press Release

London, 16 June 2011 – The world’s most prestigious green energy awards tonight announced that the Aga Khan Planning and Building Service’s (AKPBS)  innovative Building and Construction Improvement Programme (BACIP) has received the Award for Avoided Deforestation at this year’s Ashden Awards for Sustainable Energy. Princess Zahra Aga Khan, Head of the Social Welfare department…

Energy is central to development – The Guardian UK News Article

Affordable renewable energy needs to be taken seriously as the crucial ingredient of sustainable development, and the Ashden Awards recognise this One of the finalists for the 2011 Ashden Awards is the Aga Khan Planning and Building Service, which brings affordable, energy-efficient technologies to families in northern Pakistan. Photograph: Ashden Awards Energy, it seems, is…