With just the flick of a switch most of us can enjoy instant light and heat without a second thought.
Yet for many people across the world, the inability to access or pay for energy is a pressing issue that makes life far more challenging. The International Energy Agency (IEA) defines energy poverty as a “lack of access to modern energy services.”
The IEA defines such services as “household access to electricity and to clean cooking facilities”, the latter referring to fuels and stoves that do not generate damaging air pollution within homes.
In 2017, almost 2.7 billion people around the world lacked acces......