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Astrid Werkmeister

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Astrid Werkmeister is an Teaching Associate at the University of Strathclyde. She studied atmospheric science at the Leibniz University in Hannover, Germany. Here, she developed her interest in satellite remote sensing, which brought her to the University of Miami, USA to pursue a PhD in applied marine physics.

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Oluwafisayo Alabi

Keeping the lights on – the long road ahead to closing the electricity access gap in Nigeria

The 2021 edition of the Tracking SDG7 : Energy Progress Report suggests that the attainment of SDG7.1a: Ensuring universal access to electricity is off track and although some progress has been made in other regions; Sub Saharan Africa remains one of the two regions with the largest access to electricity access gap. Other Access to Electricity Analysis, highlight that the COVID pandemic has led to significant disruptions around access to electricity, including halted progress and in fact a progress reversal in most cases. Thus, resulting in additional pressures on the already low energy purchasing power of households in developing countries.

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