30 of June 2020

AMER claims energy supply services as essential services


AMER (Mozambican Renewable Energy Association), ALER's partners, prepared a petition sent to MIREME, on the 5th of May, requesting the definition of energy supply services as essential services. This petition  followed the ratification of Presidential Decree number 12/2020, of 29 April, which sets the extension of the State of Emergency in Mozambique. You can see the letter sent here.


Follow the discussion on the definition of essential services during the State of Emergency in Mozambique through the latest news on AMER website.


AMER will also organize a webinar on the 14th of July at 13:30 (GMT + 1) under the theme “How to face Covid-19 - A discussion of essential services and support initiatives”, with the following program:

1. Introduction and Overview of COVID and Essential Services

Emmett Costel, AMER

Presentation of the letter sent to MIREME

Presentation of the results of the Essential Services survey

2. Prospects for the PAYGO sector

Luke H., Fenix;

Miguel S., SolarWorks;

Pedro C., Ignite.

Moderator: Ricardo Costa Pereira, AMER

Technical Advisor: Laura Fortes, GOGLA

3. Donor initiatives



4. Case Study - Nigeria's Experience with Essential Services

Segun Adaju, President of the Nigerian Renewable Energy Association (REAN)

5. Questions and Answers


For more information, stay tuned on the AMER website and our social media, as soon as the link for registration is available, we will publish it there!


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