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28.09.2021 , Laura Cozzi, Gianluca Tonolo and Daniel Wetzel

IEA: The pandemic continues to slow progress towards universal energy access

The Covid-19 pandemic slowed global progress in reaching universal access to electricity and clean cooking, reversing years of steady progress....

The pandemic has exacerbated some hard truths about the inequality of energy access, with those lacking it hit hardest - but we have the tools to end...

The latest research team to tackle the question thinks it is. Their key insight: a lot of current energy use isn’t really contributing to human...

Agriculture is the backbone of Ethiopia’s economy employing 67% of the working population mainly through micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME)....

The first Energy Camp East Africa is currently taking place: five selected energy startups are receiving coaching from subject matter experts. A...

Renewable energy technologies like solar lanterns, solar panels and biogas digesters offer the prospect of affordable power in remote communities. For...

11.09.2021 , Akinwole Omoboriowo II

The measure of socially responsible investments

Given that socially responsible investments are largely becoming a proactive approach; how can societal and community impacts be accomplished...

Using biogas digesters to turn organic waste into electricity, communities are slashing their power bills as they cut climate changing emissions

08.09.2021 , Friends of the Earth Africa

A Just Recovery renewable Energy Plan for Africa

There is no justice when nearly 800 million people in the world (nearly 600 million of these being from Africa) do not have access to electricity.

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Africa is often referred to as one of the largest untapped venture markets in the world. The continent has over 1.3 billion people, some of the...