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A new report finds that greater coordination can make SDG7 a reality in Africa by 2030. The European Financial Flows on SDG7 to Africa report, commissioned by the Africa-EU Energy Partnership (AEEP), explores and contextualises the required funding and shows that the amounts needed, while substantial, can be leveraged. Merely avoiding the economic losses from electricity outages in Africa would free up the funds required to provide access to sustainable energy services to all of Africa´s citizens.

Africa, energy, investment, SDG7

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PFL Training
Knowledge Facilitation
The Africa-EU Energy Partnership (AEEP) supports Power Futures Lab (PFL), a leading centre of excellence at the University of Cape Town, to deliver a virtual training on energy regulation. Targeting African utility and energy sector professionals, the training will enhance the specialised skills required to design efficient regulatory regimes for modern energy services.

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