GLEAN Seeks Case Studies on Energy Access in Developing Countries


Deadline: January 26, 2018

The Global Energy Access Network (GLEAN) is an interdisciplinary community of graduate and professional students at Duke University who, in their work, recognize and highlight the foundational role of access to modern energy services in enabling economic growth and sustainable development in the Global South. GLEAN invites proposals for quantitative and qualitative case studies to be included in this Volume II Compilation, which will be released in May 2018.

See awarded case studies from last year’s Volume I Compilation (2016-2017), for reference.

See RFP for full details, including proposal evaluation criteria.




Focused case study on an energy access challenge in a low/middle-income country


January 26, 2018*

*Proposals will be accepted and awarded on a rolling basis, up to a final date of January 26. Review of proposals will begin January 14, 2018.


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Learn more and download the proposal application form.

GLEAN received a Duke Support for Interdisciplinary Graduate Networks (D-SIGN) grant from the Office of the Vice Provost for Interdisciplinary Studies. The next call for proposals will be released in early 2018. Any current Duke graduate student (including master’s, professional and Ph.D. students) may submit a proposal for interdisciplinary projects, trainings, or experiences during the 2018-19 academic year.