In July, Cape Verde, Angola and Guinea Bissau joint the Lusophone Compact, an MoU signed by Portugal and AfDB in November 2018, with the aim to foster the development of the private sector in the African Portuguese Speaking Countries (PALOP) in several areas, including renewable energies.
In July took place in Maputo, green mini-grids training workshop: data collection and productive use in mini-grid development. Also were launch funding initiatives for Mozambique aimed to support the private sector, namely BRILHO Program, Energy Africa Mozambique and the Fund for sustainable access to renewables (FASER).
From 18thto 20thof June SEforALL Charrettes happened in Amsterdam, with the purpose of generate new ideas for achieving Sustainable Development Goal 7 (SDG 7 ) for access to clean, affordable, reliable and sustainable energy for all by 2030.
ALER is partner of the 3rdInternational Conference on Solar Technologies and Hybrid Mini-Grids that will be held at Universitat de les Illes Baleares, in Palma, Spain, from 1-3 April 2020, and it’s organized by EnDev, KIT, GIZ, REPIC, Siemens Stiftung, SNV e WISE.
ALER is delighted to welcome the latest Members: Saigrene, Source Energia, Resul Angola, FRES e LNEG.
We are very pleased to announced that AMER website was launched! The website has been developed and launched in close cooperation with ALER and GET.invest’s predecessor RECP.
We invite all interested parties to be sponsors of the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Situation Report in Sao Tome and Principe and take advantage of its widespread distribution to increase your visibility in the international renewable energy sector.
The Government of Portugal has launched a tender for 1,400 MW of injection capacity in the Public Service Electricity Network for solar power plants, through an electronic auction system
Renewables now supply more than a quarter (26%) of global electricity production but current trends in the sector show that bolder policy decisions are needed across all end-use sectors to make our energy systems sustainable.
Renewable power is the cheapest source of electricity in many parts of the world and eleven million people were employed in renewable energy worldwide in 2018.