The world’s energy access definition is currently just 50-100 kWh per person per year, barely enough to power a small fan, a few lights, and maybe charge a cell phone. This is more like energy poverty, not energy access.
We need to aim higher. The Hub’s Modern Energy Minimum proposes setting the bar at 1,000 kilowatt-hours.
What difference would 1,000 kWh make to people and their opportunities?
Watch our latest video (3-min) below to find out.