Category Archives: International policy

5 Power Africa Updates

Ghana, Ethiopia, Kenya, Liberia, Nigeria, and Tanzania are poised to revolutionize their energy sector in conjunction with the Power Africa initiative. Community Renewable Energy believes that renewable energy can transform the lives of millions of people, and we celebrate the … Continue reading

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6 Power Africa updates

Ghana, Ethiopia, Kenya, Liberia, Nigeria, and Tanzania are poised to revolutionize their energy sector in conjunction with the Power Africa initiative. Community Renewable Energy believes that renewable energy can transform the lives of millions of people, and we track the … Continue reading

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Africa’s amazing solar power capacity

Africa is poised to capitalize on its incredible renewable energy capacity

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Uganda Launches Feed In Tariff

The Ugandan government has been collaborating with a host of international groups and governments to develop an innovative renewable energy development financing program the Global Energy Transfer Feed-in Tariff (GET FiT). Combining best practices, the GET FiT program combines a … Continue reading

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Electricity Without Borders

Jon Woodhead over at the Guardian wrote a nice piece this week about successful collaborations of Governments, NGOs and leading companies teaming up together to promote sustainable energy. Woodhead points out the massive commitments the international community has made towards … Continue reading

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Solar India

National Resources Defense Council (NRDC) published a new report assessing the progress of Phase 1 of India’s National Solar Mission: Laying the Foundation for a Bright Future. The report analyzes available funding, political support and current and planned projects- country-wide. … Continue reading

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