Blogs
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Interview: Inka Schomer, Principal Investigator

Interview with the lead of ESMAP’s Gender and Social Inclusion Program

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Many African and South Asian countries are highly dependent on hydropower for electricity generation – climate change threatens their growth potential

External Blog

Ryan Hogarth discusses the climate change-related topics that have emerged from recent EEG scoping studies.

By Ryan Hogarth
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Disability and energy – leaving no one behind

External Blog

Ashira Perera writes for the Energy Institute about the energy challenges faced by people with disabilities in low-income countries

By Ashira Perera
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Research into electricity reliability to be showcased at Grid Reliability and Utility Operations Conference, Ghana, hosted by EEG, ESMAP and the MCC

Registration open for two day Ghana event in colloboration with ESMAP and MCC

 

By Simon Trace
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KTH further builds capacity with University of Sierra Leone to help support government’s new Energy Planning Unit and National Energy Strategy  

Project to help support government’s new Energy Planning Unit and National Energy Strategy.

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PowerWatch devices
Phase 1 of the GridWatch project complete

Sensors to measure electricity reliability now deployed in homes and businesses in Accra, Ghana

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Catherine Wolfram
Interview: Catherine Wolfram, Principal Investigator

The PI for EEG's GridWatch project discusses the completion of Phase 1.

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Hydropower Africa
The impact of climate change on hydropower in Africa

External Blog

EEG’s programme director Simon Trace explores the connection between climate change and renewable energy in Africa.

By Simon Trace
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Researching policy reforms in Zambia’s energy sector

External Blog

EEG scoping workshop with the Zambian Ministry of Energy to identify priority research needs in the country.

By OPM