More than a third of Montenegro’s power is supplied by coal-fired power plants and its energy intensity is 20% higher than its European neighbors, resulting in carbon dioxide emissions that are 2.5 times higher than the EU average. In 2008…
October 24 2018
energy security trade-offs under high uncertainty: resolving afghanistan’s power sector development dilemma
This report explores approaches to address the challenges of power sector planning in Afghanistan.
October 22 2018
The Challenge Approximately 13% of global CO2 emissions are linked to the use of subsidized fossil fuels. Subsidies are expensive, lead to overuse of fossil fuels, can deter private sector investment, and undermine climate change…
October 10 2018
A billion people still live without electricity, but certain countries, mainly in Sub-Saharan Africa and parts of Asia, are starting to adopt new electrification approaches, reaching millions of people in the past few years.
October 4 2018
The International Energy Agency (IEA) projects that the mini grids and stand-alone off-grid systems will play key roles in extending electricity to many rural areas in Sub-Saharan African (SSA) countries that currently do not have access…
October 2 2018