Angola is carrying out several initiatives that make it possible to identify the country as a market with several investment opportunities in renewable energy. This is the case with two new private projects in renewable energy.
ALSF has, for the past ten years, been supporting African governments in negotiating complex commercial transactions with the private sector, in an effort to level the playing field and support governments in securing balanced contracts that will adequately protect their interests, enhance the credibility of the process and minimize the risk of renegotiation.
The Covid-19 global pandemic is having a significant global economic impact. Restrictions on social interaction and mobility are negatively affecting the way companies interact with and serve their customers.
This month ARE and GOGLA with the support from GET.invest organised the Energy Access COVID-19 Relief Summit where were highlited the effects of COVID-19 on companies' operations and their customers' lives.
The objective is to stimulate new sustainable business models which incentivise and accelerate the private sector to offer affordable and clean off-grid energy access at scale in Burkina Faso, Liberia, Mozambique and Zambia.
ALER was a speaker on the webinar Mini-Grid Market Assessment in Angola Mini-Grid Market Assessment in Angola Webinar which took place on July 23rd. The webinar counted with the participation of key stakeholders for the development of green mini grid in Angola, including public entities, development partners and representatives of the private sector with the purpose of jointly discuss the opportunities and challenges posed to the mini grid market in Angola.
AMER (Mozambican Association of Renewable Energies) joined ALER on the LERenováveis Mozambique platform, that join together the most relevant publications of the energy sector in Mozambique.
SOLshare, partner company of EDP, ALER’s Member, won this year the Ashden Award for Financial Innovation for Energy Access.
On the 17th of July, the 24th anniversary of the CPLP (Community of Portuguese Speaking Countries) was celebrated in a small ceremony with the representatives of the various countries.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we all had to adapt to new conditions and new realities of work and living. Faced with the impossibility of holding face-to-face events, new technologies help to carry out online seminars and webinars.