Renewables in Mozambique 2020
São Tomé and Príncipe Report Sponsorship Package
Guinea Bissau Sustainable Energy International Conference 2017
Guinea Bissau Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Status Report
Second Edition of ALER’s “Renewables in Mozambique – National Status Report”
RENEWABLES IN THE ELECTRIFICATION OF MOZAMBIQUE Conference
LERenováveis
News
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.

News
30 of June 2020
Webinars on Energy with ALER’s Members and partners participation

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.


News
30 of June 2020
Changes at EDM

In an Ordinary Session of the Council of Ministers on June 17th, EDM elected Marcelino Gildo Alberto as the new Chairman of the Board of Directors. Engineer by profession, Marcelino Gildo Alberto, who had been acting as PCA Advisor, replaces Eng. Aly Sicola Impija, who was dismissed at the same session of the Council of Ministers.

 

News
30 of June 2020
REN21 Report shows renewables' progress is limited to power sector

Growth in renewable power has been impressive over the past five years. But too little is happening in heating, cooling and transport. Overall, global hunger for energy keeps increasing and eats up progress, according to REN21’s Renewables 2020 Global Status Report (GSR). 

News
30 of June 2020
Renewables increasingly beat even cheapest coal competitors on cost

Accordingly with the new IRENA (Renewable Energy Agency) report renewable power is increasingly cheaper than any new electricity capacity based on fossil fuels. Renewable Power Generation Costs in 2019 shows that more than half of the renewable capacity added in 2019 achieved lower power costs than the cheapest new coal plants.