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EEG Energy Insight - Electricity in Nepal

Results of a scoping exercise on potential energy research.

Grid Access, Reliability, Renewable Energy, Efficient & Productive Use
Nepal
Simon Trace
Ethiopia Country Report

Ethiopia’s renewable energy auction programmes have the potential to become regional best practice.This report considers the contributing elements of success for IPPs at the country, project, and programme levels.

Renewable Energy
Ethiopia
Fezeka Stuurman, Olakunle Alao, Wikus Kruger
Namibia Country Report

This report analyses the drivers behind rapid market development in Namibia.

Renewable Energy
Namibia
Wikus Kruger, Olakunle Alao, Anton Eberhard
The political economy of electricity access: Lessons from Mozambique

The political economy of electricity access

Mozambique
Matthew Cotton, Joshua Kirshner, Daniela Salite
South Africa Country Report

This case study details the design features and implementation structures of both the Renewable Energy and the Small Projects Independent Power Producer Procurement Programmes.

Renewable Energy
South Africa
Anna Filipova, Sarah Wewege, Emma Unite, Sivuyisiwe Kuse, Wikus Kruger
The nexus of grids, mini-grids and off-grid options for expanding electricity access

A review of literature on the nexus between grid and off-grid electrification options for expanding electricity access.

Grid Access
Subhes Bhattacharyya, Debajit Palit
Synthesis Report on the Fourth Roundtable Discussion on Strategic Energy Planning

Fourth Roundtable Discussion on Strategic Energy Planning, Trieste, 28th June 2019

Zambia Country Report

This report provides a brief introduction to the Zambian power sector before diving into the details of two solar programmes.

Renewable Energy
Zambia
Wikus Kruger, Anton Eberhard
EEG Energy Insight: Disruptive innovations in smart electricity systems: Opportunities and challenges for sub-Saharan Africa

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

Renewable Energy
Stuart McKinnon, Rachel Mulhall, Emma Owen