The Renewable Energy Transition in Africa
The report, The Renewable Energy Transition, explores how African countries can achieve universal energy access within the 2030 Agenda timeframe and identifies four areas of action:
Manuel Moses appointed CEO of The African Trade Insurance Agency
The African Trade Insurance Agency (ATI) announced today that Manuel Moses has formally assumed office as the fourth Chief Executive Officer (CEO). He enters the top job at a critical time in both the organisation and the region amidst a raging global pandemic that has bruised many economies.
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KfW guarantee doubles AEGF’s reinsurance capacity to USD 1 bn
Development Bank (KfW) committed USD 50 million to the African Energy Guarantee Facility (AEGF), doubling the AEGF capacity now to USD 1 billion for much-needed de-risking of energy efficiency and renewable energy projects in Sub-Saharan Africa.
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Why only 2% of global RE power in Africa?
In the past ten years, only 2% of the renewable energy installed worldwide has Africa as its protagonist. The factors that led to this data are explained by the study Connecting the dots. Why only 2% of global RE in Africa?, developed by RES4Africa Foundation in collaboration with Enel Green Power.