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27.10.2020 , Dr. Abidah B Setyowati

Indonesia: Rich renewable resources, slow uptake

Indonesia is blessed with considerable potential for renewable energy generation, but so far has been slow to grasp it.

In over 2 decades of working across Africa, I pretty much heard all the warnings one may encounter about the risks and challenges of operating in the...

Affordability is a much trickier factor to deal with to help consumers from economically poor sections to retain their electricity supply.

On a hot dry morning at the Kambi Mstuni farm in central Kenya, farm manager Jasper Etali happily emerges from his cold room unit. After months of...

THE anger and frustration on Adelana Martins’ face are unmistakable – there is a power outage just about the time he wants to iron his clothes.

The...

The transition is taking place, but more support is needed.

As an archipelagic country located on top of a ring of active volcanoes that hug...

07.10.2020 , Victor Amadala

Solar power: the dark side

Traded as environmentally sound, solar power leaves waste that could engulf Africa in the same way as plastic

Daniel Wesonga, a resident of Moi Farm...

Since the beginning of the COVID 19 pandemic, numerous conferences and events of the off-grid industry have been cancelled or postponed until next...

29.09.2020 , Elliot Avila, Access to Energy Institute

Productive use needs a modeling approach - A2EI Productive Use Report

How this study came about

I could not tell you how many meetings I have been in where we sat around a table and brainstormed a list of...

27.09.2020 , Practical Action

The energy access landscape after Covid-19

Just as CV19 is re-shaping the wider social and economic context, it is also transforming the energy access landscape. Progress towards universal...