Preceding its 13th Assembly, IRENA hosted a meeting which underlined the planning process to establish an African Continental Power Systems Master Plan (CMP). The meeting was attended by heads of state, ministers, energy decision-makers, multilateral organisations, global stakeholders, and private sector actors. The session concluded that the CMP will lower the cost of energy, create a large energy market, and promote the sharing of energy resources.
On 6 December 2022, the Africa – EU Energy Partnership (AEEP) hosted the eighth AEEP Energy Talks. The webinar's panelists were able to assess and discuss the implications of the COP27 outcomes for the Africa-Europe Partnership.
On 7-18 November, key climate and energy actors from around the globe convened for the 27th Conference of the Parties (COP27) in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt. We have collected the key energy outcomes from COP27, relevant for Africa and Europe.
The eighth AEEP Energy Talks will take place on 6 December, 11:00 - 12:30 (CET). The webinar will explore the energy outcomes from COP27 and the opportunities they bring to recalibrate the energy partnership between Africa and Europe.
On 11 November the Africa Initiative on Renewable Energies (AREI), in cooperation with the Pan-African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA) hosted the event ‘How renewables in Africa support climate change and save the planet’. The AEEP's Head of Secretariat joined the panel and emphasised the synergistic collaboration between the international institutions and all other actors to drive forward a energy transition based on renewable energy solutions.