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This paper proposes a framework that energy and development sector actors, specifically, African governments, the donor community, private sector, and civil society can rally around to collectively shape a linked energy and development agenda to facilitate the attainment of the SDGs.

IRENA has developed Guiding Principles for Engaging in Cooperation Activities with the Private Sector.

In India, the quality and safety of solar photovoltaic (PV) systems—and their installation—have become a concern for investors, regulators, consumers, and distribution companies (discoms).

On 21 July 2020 the Water Tribunal upheld an appeal by groundWork of a water use licence granted to the proposed Khanyisa coal-fired independent power producer owned by ACWA. On 21 July 2020 the Water Tribunal upheld groundWork’s appeal to set aside the Water Use Licence, due to lack of adequate public participation.

The Government of Andhra Pradesh (GoAP) has announced its Renewable Energy Export Policy 2020 for solar, wind, and wind-solar hybrid projects. The policy aims to promote the export of renewable energy outside the state without any obligation of power procurement by state distribution companies (DISCOMs).

RES4Africa Foundation and Enel Foundation’s joint 3rd Flagship Publication “Scaling up Africa’s renewable power” is dedicated to de-risking renewable energy investments in Africa, at it is launched during a virtual event which sees the participation of key European and African institutions, as well as RE industry champions to shed light on the i

The outbreak of COVID-19 and the wide-ranging measures needed to slow its advance triggered an unprecedented collapse in oil demand, a surge in oil inventories, and a record one-month decline in oil prices in March 2020. This paper examines the likely implications of the 2020 oil price plunge for emerging market and developing economies.

COVID-19 and the oil prices crash induced by it have imposed a double whammy on fuel-exporting countries in Asia and the Pacific.

At the first-ever IEA Clean Energy Transitions Summit, Ministers representing over 80% of the global economy discussed how to achieve a definitive peak in global carbon dioxide emissions and put the world on course for a sustainable and resilient recovery.

The rating reaffirmation factors in Clean Wind Power (Dhar) Pvt Ltd’s (CSPD) satisfactory operational track record of more than five years for its 30-MW solar power plant in Madhya Pradesh and timely payment pattern from the offtaker, namely Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) with the receivable cycle being around two months as on June 202

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