Blogs
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Climate Parliament roundtables result in action ideas for advancing climate action and renewable energy

Outcomes from roundtables that aimed to advance discussions on grid interconnections in South Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa.

By Simon Trace
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Interview with: Professor Robyn Meeks, Duke University and Professor Ayesha Ali, LUMS, Pakistan

Thoughts on some of the issues facing utilities in developing countries, and the potential solutions being investigated.

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How can Ethiopia achieve energy access for all?

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Thoughts on the long term goal of achieving universal electricity access by 2025.

By Dr Gabrial Anandarajah
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For utilities in developing countries, revenue collection can be challenging – and COVID-19 could be exacerbating the problem

By Simon Trace
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Interview: Dr Maarten Voors, Assistant Professor in the Development Economics Group at Wageningen University

Our PI's thoughts on the impact of electrification and how COVID-19 has affected research

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Increasing women’s participation in the energy sector – addressing the challenges

Discussing how challenges can be addressed including the latest gender diversity research.

By Simon Trace
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How Pakistan could save over $1 billion annually on fuel and operating costs, while reducing greenhouse gas emissions

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Laying the groundwork for a greener, less expensive future

By Ryan Hogarth
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Simon Trace interview

Simon Trace, EEG’s Programme Director, shares his thoughts on the relationship between COVID-19 and energy.

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Strategic energy planning in SSA is essential but is often constrained

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By Simon Trace