On the new EEG project investigating access to micro finance for electricity in Rwanda.
OECD countries must commit finance, technology, and research to help Asian economies transition away from coal.
With finance for energy access in Sub-Saharan Africa remaining constrained, it is critical for governments to achieve the greatest value from investments.
The UCL professor on developing the EEG Ethiopia country programme.
New Roundtable Initiative on Strategic Energy Planning aims to increase the effective use of evidence and analysis by decision-makers in developing countries.
Principal Investigator Long Seng To on developing a research agenda for community energy resilience.
Ryan Hogarth on the gains to be made in South Asia through the energy sector.
Simon Trace, Principal Consultant for Natural Resources & Energy at Oxford Policy Management shares his experiences on the EEG Sierra Leone country programme.
The EEG Programme Director shares her thoughts on the programme's greatest achievements and challenges as it enters Part 2.