ALER, in partnership with MINEA and with the support of GET.invest, published the Renewables in Angola – National Status Report 2022.
ALER with the support of Instituto Camões and UNIDO published on November 2020 the renewable energy status report of São Tomé and Príncipe.
The General Directorate of Natural Resources and Energy of the Ministry of Infrastructure and Natural Resources installed a photovoltaic system in March 2021, funded by the United Nations Development Programme and by the Global Environment Facility.
The Fishermen and Palaiês Association of Messias Alves beach, in the district of Cantagalo, was implemented a Photovoltaic Solar System in July 2020, with the support of the Directorate General for Fisheries and financed by the Japanese International Cooperation Agency.
These market sheets aim to provide a brief overview of the renewable energy sector in the PALOP countries and list the main existing or planned programs and projects. They work as a summary of ALER's reports and priviledged information that ALER has access.
The "Briefing: Renewables in Mozambique 2022" is a document that compiles and organises the most relevant and current information of the renewable energy market in Mozambique. The latest edition of the Brief was launched on December 7th, during the "Business Conference - Renewables in Mozambique 2022".
The Briefing: Renewables in Mozambique 2021 was released during the Europe-Mozambique Investment Forum. This document compiles and organizes the most relevant and up-to-date information on the renewable energy market in Mozambique.