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Driving innovative research to inform and transform energy policy

The Applied Research Programme on Energy and Economic Growth (EEG) produces cutting-edge research on the links between energy and economic growth, working closely with policy makers in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia to build more sustainable, efficient, reliable and equitable energy systems.

 

Research Areas
Efficient & Productive use

Investigating how electricity supplies could be used more productively and energy efficiency improved.

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Reliability

Researching ways to improve the reliability of electricity systems.

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Renewable Energy

Researching ways to utilise natural resources to increase capacity.

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Grid Access

Researching the technological and political challenges in connecting people to the grid.

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Researching policy reforms in Zambia’s energy sector

EEG scoping workshop with the Zambian Ministry of Energy to identify priority research needs in the country.

Interview: the role of research in transforming Ethiopia's energy policy

EEG Principal Investigators discuss how their research seeks to tackle Ethiopia's energy challenges.

Workshop: Community energy resilience in Malawi

EEG and LCEDN partnership addresses energy resilience in the design and development of sustainable energy systems

EEG Energy Insight: Disruptive innovations in smart electricity systems

Examining the opportunities and challenges for sub-Saharan Africa to transform its energy through electricity systems.

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Declining renewable energy costs and regional power trade in South Asia

Capturing the impacts of declining solar, wind, and storage technology costs on power trade in the South Asia region.

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Energy system development pathways for Ethiopia (PATHWAYS)

Developing new models to outline different energy system development pathways that meet the fast-growing demand for electricity in the country.

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