Productive Use of Energy
Finance and Policy
Successful deployment of Nigeria’s first rural commercial undergrid minigrid model shows power developers and utilities can work together.
EEP Africa outlines, through various business models, that for energy access to stimulate economic development, it needs to be combined with efforts to develop productive use and income generation opportunities in rural communities.
Research and Development
This year the second Energy and Human Habitat Conference is themed Energy and Industry 4.0. Papers will be peer reviewed for inclusion in the proceedings. Deadline for submission: 28 June.
Two South African projects are part of EEP Africa’s 2020 finance call focused on productive use of energy and circular economy.
Interview with Mike Gratwicke, MD of Rift Valley Energy, which built and operates a hydro and wind hybrid distribution network in rural Tanzania.
A new report exploring recent developments in the clean energy market in southern and eastern Africa shows market entry is challenging and requires targeted awareness-raising activities, increased financial inclusion and access to financing.
Business and markets
When you move into a new business space when doing business in Africa, you have to learn that corporate culture.
The demand-side revolution has begun. This was the key message at a fast-paced talk entitled “Building resilient incomes to ensure sustainable business models” on the second day of Digital Africa Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa.
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