In a new paper, research lead, Peter Twesigye from Power Futures Lab at the University of Cape Town, examines the structural, policy, and regulatory incentives required to improve the performance of African utilities. He concludes that countries where reforms are designed in an inclusive way are more successful in adopting them.
In a three piece article series for the African Energy Portal (AEP), Johan van den Berg, Head of Secretariat, Africa-EU Energy Partnership (AEEP), examines the international landscape on energy and climate, and how the EU's Global Gateway Strategy can boost African–European energy collaboration.
On 7 September 2022, the Africa-EU Energy Partnership (AEEP) hosted the second instalment of the AEEP Forum, titled “Advancing the Green Gateway Between Africa and Europe – Seizing COP27 for energy access and climate stability”. The speakers at the AEEP Forum emphasised the importance of re-aligning the African and European climate and energy agendas.
On 7 September the AEEP Forum 2022 will offer the opportunity to connect and network with key African, European and international experts in the field of climate and energy. The event will offer seven thematic exchanges, virtual exhibitor booths, and one-on-one networking.
In an opinion piece for Euractiv, Johan van den Berg, Head of Secretariat at the Africa-EU Energy Partnership (AEEP) explains how the COP27 held in Egypt, offers an opportunity to converge climate and energy agendas between the Global North and the Global South.