Two new reports from Oxfam and the Renewable and Appropriate Energy Laboratory at the University of California, Berkeley detail the policy challenges around addressing the energy challenge in sub-Saharan Africa.
- The first considers the possibilities for renewable energy technologies to generate electricity for sustainable and equitable development.
- The second looks at the challenge of addressing energy poverty on the continent.
- Report brief (8 pages)
- Full Report, Part1: “The energy challenge in sub-Saharan Africa: A guide for advocates and policy makers: Generating energy for sustainable and equitable development,” by Nkiruka Avila, Juan Pablo Carvallo, Brittany Shaw and Daniel Kammen (2017).
- Full Report, Part 2: “The energy challenge in sub-Saharan Africa: A guide for advocates and policy makers: Addressing energy poverty,” by James Morrissey (2017).