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The Covid-19 pandemic has affected the entire world and changed life as we had known it before. It is a defining moment for Africa, and we need to...

West Bengal's Sunshine Schools project aims to bring cheap, reliable power to 25,000 remote schools and add 250 MW of clean energy to the grid

Over the last five years, the SAS sector attracted some financing with USD 227 million invested in Nigeria, USD 43 million in Sierra Leone and USD...

Supported by UK aid and GET.invest, this cutting-edge research is based on interviews with 21 high performing LMDs. The research dives into the...

During the war, Yemenis have turned to solar power for homes and hospitals as well as water pumps. But new research says that too much water is being...

Across emerging markets, millions of people living in rural areas are still lacking access to essential services i.e. lightning, drinking water or...

A total of 46 East African startups with products for the decentralized renewable energy market applied for Startup|Energy’s Energy Camp East Africa. ...

12.05.2021 , Zihe Meng and Kester Wade

Electrifying Agriculture in Ethiopia

In Ethiopia, major institutions recognize that supporting productive uses of energy is key to achieve the national target of universal...

11.05.2021 , Public Affairs research Institute (PARI)

Broken Promises. Electricity access for low-income households in South Africa

The transformative role of clean, safe and affordable energy in reducing poverty and inequality, and in improving the quality of life of poor South...

Capacity building features in most international research projects, but that isn’t enough to make real change, according to a leading Tanzanian...