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Yasemin Erboy Ruff

Manager Clean Energy Access | Washington, DC

Yasemin is an international sustainable development professional with eight years of experience in clean energy access, focusing primarily on distributed energy solutions for rural and developing country settings. Yasemin currently leads the day-to-day management of the Efficiency for Access Coalition, as well as communications & coordination for the Low Energy Inclusive Appliances program. Prior to joining CLASP, Yasemin managed the Energy Access Practitioner Network, a 2,500 member strong platform that convenes diverse stakeholders working to scale energy access. Yasemin earned her bachelor's degree in environmental science at Columbia University, and gained her master's degree in environmental management at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies.

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Off-grid appropriate appliances enable households to enjoy the benefits and improved quality of life that come from expanded access to energy by allowing them to effectively and efficiently make use o
High-quality, energy-efficient off-grid appliances are essential to ensuring consumer protection and overall health as markets mature. While progress has been made to develop test methods and standard
Between 19 June and 6 July 2018, Efficiency for Access, in collaboration with the Energy Access Practitioner Network, conducted an online survey of energy access professionals to assess the demand for
19 September 2018

Appliance Data Trends 2018

Little information is available about the performance and quality of appliances designed specifically for off- and weak-grid environments. Efficiency for Access's new Data Trends Report examines marke