ARE Annual Report 2022
2022 has been a demanding yet remarkable period filled with a multitude of achievements and challenges. Once again, energy supply and energy access remained the main concern for millions of people around the world.
Addressing the energy access and energy transition challenges, ARE has deepened its leading role in the DRE sector, bringing innovation and experience under one roof. Diverse activities through new campaigns, events, webinars, trainings and publications have resulted in enhanced cooperation and synergies among the public and private sectors, which is key to greener and sustainable future.
In 2022, ARE and its Members continued to address some of the greatest challenges of our time: electricity access for all (SDG-7), job creation (SDG-8) and climate mitigation & adaptation (SDG-13), by tapping into the potential of clean energy resources. ARE strived to build bridges and connect the dots between the public, philantropic and private sector to help overcome these challenges while specifically focusing on Africa, Asia, and Latin America.
In 2022, ARE expanded exponentially and is now over 200 Members strong, hence reaching yet another milestone on the journey to federate and bolster the entire sector in the pursuit of universal access to clean energy.
A snapshot of 2022
- 40 new Members
- 5 new Board Members
- 7,592 participants and 715 B2B meetings at ARE events
- 50 interventions
- 24 partnerships
- 4 publications
- 8 campaigns