ALER will go in a mission to Cape Verde will be held, organized by DGEG - Directorate General of Energy and Geology in 14-17 of October 2019, to Cidade da Praia, Ilha de Santiago.
ALER is very glad to continue the partnership with GET.invest. Signing the new contract is the reinforcement of GET.invest's trust on the work developed by ALER during the 3 years of project.
ALER is delighted to welcome the latest Members: Mota-Engil África, Helianthus, Ernst & Young and Procesl.
September was marked by the entry of two new players in the Mozambican renewable energy market.
With a 20,3% penetration of renewable energy in 2018, Cape Verde has implemented multiple initiatives to achieve the target established by the Government of more 50% of renewable until 2030.
The world has been making undeniable progress toward universal energy access by 2030, a target laid out by the United Nations in its Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 7.
UN Climate Action Summit 2019 took place in the past 23 of September in New York, USA. The target of the summit was to advance climate action for reducing greenhouse gas emissions to prevent the mean global temperature from rising by more than 1.5 degrees above pre-industrial levels. 70 countries were expected to announce steps to reduce emissions and support populations most vulnerable to the climate crisis.
Ten years on from the last tender for the allocation of power injection capacity in the Public Service Power Grid for wind power plants launched in 2008, it is now the time for the photovoltaic solar power to shine, taking advantage of the moment the sector is going through towards decarbonisation and energy transition, with well-defined objectives and targets by 2030.
EDM has been seriously investing in the promotion and development of renewable technologies as a future and secure alternative for electricity production and a clean source for the diversification of the national energy mix to achieve universal access to electricity for all Mozambicans in 2030
More than 360 government representatives from 116 countries had gathered in Abu Dhabi to attend the 17thCouncil of the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)