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EEG MoWIE policy workshop, Addis Ababa
MoWIE and energy organisations explore the policy implications of six energy-related research projects being carried out in Ethiopia

MoWIE and energy organisations explored the policy implications of six new research projects.

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Wilton Park dialogue explores cross-border ‘electricity highways’ to harness Asia’s vast untapped renewable energy potential

Wilton Park dialogue explores cross-border ‘electricity highways’ to harness Asia’s vast untapped renewable energy potential.

Transforming Energy Access: Innovations towards SDG 7
Transforming Energy Access: Innovations towards SDG 7

EEG takes part in event dedicated to accelerating the transition between clean energy innovations and impact at scale.

water reservoir on a hydroelectric power plant in the Upper Marsyangdi valley, Nepal
South Asia workshop to increase community energy resilience held in Kathmandu

Workshop held to identify ways to increase community energy resilience in on-grid, mini-grid, and stand-alone electricity systems.

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EEG announces the start of three research projects to help shape energy policy and drive economic growth in low-income countries

Energy systems planning for SDGs, micro-finance for electricity in Rwanda, and electricity and enterprise development in Nepal all set to begin.  

Addis Ababa light rail
EEG sister programme High Volume Transport seeks proposals to create a business plan for the future of HDM-4 software
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Simon Trace takes on role of EEG programme director at pivotal stage

Confirmation and commencement of EEG’s first research projects imminent.

Simon Trace, EEG Programme Director
EEG appoints Simon Trace as new Programme Director

Simon Trace, OPM's principal consultant for Natural Resources & Energy takes over from Marcela Tarazona from August 2018.

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EEG funds expert training on renewable energy financing for sub-Saharan African officials at the University of Cape Town

Officials from Ethiopia, Rwanda, Uganda and Mozambique attend course on Finance, Contracts and Risk Mitigation for Private Power Projects in Africa at the University of Cape Town.