Developing a programme of research on the electricity sector in Myanmar.
Using political economy analysis to inform applied research programmes – the case of EEG.
An overview of the links between a lack of access to modern energy services and poverty.
Investigating programmatic trends and upcoming studies on the gendered impacts of large-scale energy projects.
A global review of best practice in the design and implementation of auctions for procuring new renewable energy capacity.
Exploring the role of research in addressing the challenges of delivering universal electricity access in Sierra Leone.
On November 3rd and 4th, 2016, the Applied Research Programme on Energy and Economic Growth (EEG) held an inaugural Research and Matchmaking (R&M) Conference in Washington, DC.
On 9th March, 2017, EEG and the UK Energy Research Partnership (ERP) jointly held a research partnership seminar with industry experts form the private sector.
On September 28th 2016, the Applied Research Programme on Energy and Economic Growth (EEG) held a policy engagement workshop in Kathmandu, Nepal.