The Clean Energy Mini-Grid Policy Development Guide, developed in partnership by ARE, AMDA, , INENSUS, the AfDB Green Mini-Grid Help Desk, and UNIDO, ALER’s partner, outlines the various forms and models that public-private cooperation could take and reflects on the outcomes of policy decisions on mini-grid deployment.
Learn more about the history of SolarWorks! that started from the solar peak in southern Africa to a full-fledged energy service provider in Mozambique. This was made possible by the GET.invest Finance Catalyst, based on the support provided by the Energizing Development program.
MWE joins LERenováveis and becomes a partner of ALER and AMER- jointly extending the database content to include also the main legislation applicable to the renewable energy sector in Mozambique. All legislation is now available online for free and universal access.
Become our member to participate in the consultation process to the preliminary draft Regulation on off-grid energy access in Mozambique, which is taking place until the 15th of April.
Germany Development Cooperation has historically played an important role in promoting energy access in the country. With a portfolio of approximately 175 million euros, Germany is among the top five donors in the energy sector. Energy has become a focal area of cooperation, with a wide spectrum of projects being supported, ranging from on-grid renewable energy and off-grid solutions to transmission, distribution and grid densification.
The Seminar Opportunities for IPP Projects: Renewables in Mozambique 2021, took place on the 24th of March and was supported by GET.invest Mozambique - financed by the European Union and Germany, and part of the European program GET.invest.
See the conclusions and the next steps of the Seminar and review the apresentations.
In the preparation for the High-level Economic and Green Investment Forum EU-Africa, that will be on April 23, and this year will be organized by the Portuguese Presidency of the Council of the European Union and the EIB, several Green Talks will take place.The “Green Talk” of São Tomé and Príncipe will take place on April 9, at 10 am, and will address the challenges of the energy transition in São Tomé and Príncipe. This event is organized by the Portuguese Embassy in São Tomé, with the ALER and RDP Africa support.
The President of ALER, Miquelina Menezes, participated as a speaker at the Renewable Energy in Brazil and Africa Seminar: The Clean Engines of Economic Development, organized by the Instituto Brasil África.
The Europe-Mozambique Investment Forum held on 22 and 23 March, had more than 600 registered participants. During the event, sessions were held in the morning, through interactive discussions, based on the presentation of the document “Summary: Renewables in Mozambique 2021”. See the conclusions and the next steps of the Investment Forum and review the animations.
The Delegation of the European Union (EU) to Mozambique and the German Embassy have announced their contribution to FASER Fund, to which the EU has put forward EUR 5 million and the German Government contributed with an additional Euro 0.5 million.