Examining the opportunities and challenges for sub-Saharan Africa to transform its energy through electricity systems.
Examining the energy deficit experienced by people with disabilities and how they have been left out of the debate on energy poverty and access.
Examining the energy services which are essential to improving displaced people’s life-chances.
Uganda, which has one of the most liberalised electricity sectors in Africa, offers a useful lens for examining the effect of power sector reform on social objectives, including energy access.
Identifying lessons on how energy access goals might be achieved more effectively.
Exploring the rising demand for REMs driven by transition to low-carbon economies and how their scarcity will be a major constraint in achieving global climate targets.
Will climate change undermine the potential for hydropower in Africa?
Third Roundtable Discussion on Strategic Energy Planning, Cape Town, 1st February 2019
Analysis of the potential of CSP to augment generation capacity in the Southern African Development Community