As researchers and policy makers seek to build resilient and sustainable energy services into their responses to humanitarian crisis and forced displacement, this project address the following research questions:
- How do refugees and IDPs use energy and what are their energy needs and aspirations?
- Based on a baseline survey of energy practice, how can displaced populations be provided with energy (for cooking, lighting and power) in a sustainable manner to enable increases in health, well-being and productivity?
- How can wireless sensor networks monitoring and user-driven control of energy systems be used to understand and promote/support user preferences and patterns for energy use?
- How can intelligent energy supply and demand systems be integrated with sustainable digital business processes to promote energy efficiency, social cohesion and economic growth in refugee communities?
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