Check out LEAP-RE’s public results

We are on a mission to develop renewable energy as a sustainable source of energy for all in Africa. During the 5 years duration of the LEAP-RE programme, partners will create and support innovative research projects, share knowledge, and build a long lasting partnership to support research and innovation for the development of renewable energy in Africa.

Reports presenting the work of LEAP-RE’s partners, action plans, key outcomes from the projects, and other deliverables  will be accessible for download in this section as they become available..

D1.1 Online collaborative platform

D1.3 Gender Action Plan

D1.4 Programme Annual Workplan Year 1

D1.5 Initial carbon footprint report

D1.6 Final carbon footprint report

D1.7 Terms of reference of the Ethical Advisory Board

D1.8 Terms of reference of the Scientific Advisory Board

D1.9 Final report of the Scientific Advisory Board

D1.10 Final report of the Ethics Advisory Board

D1.11 Data Management Plan

D1.12 Programme Annual Workplan Year 2

D1.13 Programme Annual Workplan Year 3

D1.14 Programme Annual Workplan Year 4

D1.15 Programme Annual Workplan Year 5

D2.1 Pillar 1 Detailed work plan

D3.1 Guidelines for communication, dissemination, scientific publication and exploitation in Pillar 2

D3.2 Measure undertaken in WP9-WP16 to control health or environment issues potentially caused by the researches

D3.3 Mapping of R&I and horizontal skills need and actions in place in Africa for capacity building

D3.4 Scientific programme and syllabus definition of Winter/Summer Schools for PhDs & postdocs

D3.5 Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) system report of 8 WPs of Pillar 2

D4.1 Knowledge sharing and clustering strategy

D4.2 Results from clustering in LEAP-RE

D4.3 Strategic approach to LEAP-RE Community management

D4.4 Online repository of LEAP-RE Horizontal Training Modules

D4.5 Proceedings from general workshops

D4.6 Updated and Revised Multiannual Roadmaps

D4.7 List of LEAP-RE Dissemination Activities

D4.8 Detailed description of the Innovation Accelerator

D4.9 Analytical Report: Good Practices on Innovation Acceleration

D4.11 LEAP-RE Website

D5.1 Theory of Change, M&E Approach and MEL Plan

D5.2 Report on Monitoring

D5.3 Report on Evaluation and Learning

D5.4 Proceedings of round tables for research uptake

D5.5 Research briefs based on Pillar 1 and Pillar 2 results for dialogue with external policy and stakeholder partner

D5.6 Funding opportunities to enhance additional activities

D5.7 List of new LEAP-RE community members

D5.8 Report on the analysis about R&I capacities in Africa

D5.9 Report about Twinning & Teaming & Pooling activities

D5.10 Strategy guidelines and plan for the design of the long-term partnership

D5.11 Strategy design workshop for the future platform and documentation of lessons learned from external actors

D6.1 Value proposition and adoption drivers of future partnership

D6.2 Detailed description of features of the partnership

D6.3 Governance model of the future partnership, including organisational framework, legal instrument, decisionmaking mechanisms and constituting statutes

D6.4 Financial model of the future partnership

D6.5 Analysis of legal options

D7.1 Call text

D7.2 Call documents

D7.3 Electronic submission tool

D7.4 Ranking list from the pre-proposal evaluation of first co-funded call

D7.5 Ranking list from the full proposal evaluation of first co-funded call

D7.6 Joint selection list and report of the projects to be funded of first cofunded call

D7.7 Ranking list from the pre-proposal evaluation of second co-funded call

D7.8 Ranking list from the full proposal evaluation of second co-funded call

D7.9 Joint selection list & report of the projects to be funded of second co-funded call

D8.1 Assessment of the first co-fund call and decision on the second co-fund call

D8.2 Mid-term monitoring report of co-funded projects

D8.3 Final monitoring, evaluation and impact assessment report of cofunded projects

D9.1 Presentation of a more detailed Plan of Activities for the whole WP9

D9.2 Final report of task 9.1 on geoscience data collected to be used in the Geothermal Atlas

D9.3 Final report of task 9.2 on all surface data collected to be used in the Geothermal Atlas

D9.4 Final report on the social analysis and the related data developed in task 9.3 and to be used in the Geothermal Atlas

D9.5 Final version of the Geothermal Atlas for Africa

D9.6 Report about the outcome on scientific collaboration and potential for training

D10.1 Presentation of a more detailed Plan of Activities for the whole WP10

D10.3 Business model for standalone solar cooking appliance

D10.6 Report on policy, legislative and regulatory environments

D10.7 Report on value chain and social factors

D10.8 Report on field testing of standalone solar cooking appliance

D10.9 Report about the outcome on scientific collaboration WP10

D11.1 Presentation of a detailed Plan of Activities for the whole WP11

D11.2 Report on 3G data acquisition as basic methodology to be used for the three relevant sites selected in the 4 countries and on surface geoscientific studies Geothermal Conceptual Model

D11.3 Socio-anthropological studies for community’s appropriation, case studies synthesis, best practice guide

D11.4 Technology and engineering guidebook for local geothermal fluids production system

D11.5 Research Mobility strategy & capacity building report creation & diffusion of guidebooks;

D11.6 Geothermal Village Project Phase 2

D11.7 Report about the outcome on scientific collaboration of WP11

D12.1 Presentation of a more detailed Plan of Activities for the whole WP 12

D12.2 Joint EU-AU report on agreed project vision

D12.3 Integrated platform source code on Github as main

D12.4 User guide for the modelling platform on Github

D12.5 Joint EU-AU report on the platform testing and validation activity

D12.6 Joint EU-AU synthesis report on the business models research

D12.7 Report on the capacity building activities

D12.8 Joint EU-AU policy report on the enabling policy framework

D12.9 Report about the outcome on scientific collaboration of WP12

D13.1 Presentation of a more detailed Plan of Activities for the whole WP13

D13.2 Report of characterization of the electricity needs and resource assessment methodologies

D13.3 Guidelines & best practices for mini grid optimization in African context

D13.4 Accurate map of digital technologies components and systems for mini grids at technical system and operational levels dedicated to African needs

D13.5 Portfolio of ideas, solutions and business cases using digital technologies in context of mini grid and Community of Practice (Scientist, Innovator, Investor, policy maker) for innovative digital solutions in mini grid

D13.6 Evaluation methodology and selection of Best Practices for business and delivery models of mini grid methodologies

D13.7 Guidelines of the methodology for defining business and delivery models of mini grid

D13.8 Material of online training program

D13.9 Report about the outcome on scientific collaboration WP13

D14.1 Presentation of a more detailed Plan of Activities for the whole WP 14

D14.2 Report on background analysis for pilot villages as deliverable of task 14.2

D14.3 Four studies on the technical and socioeconomic potentials and challenges of the identified demo villages

D14.4 Four advanced implementation plans, which describe expansion and replication possibilities

D14.5 Business models which consolidate the achievements and allow managing the energy villages after the end of the project

D14.6 Detailed Implementation and Sustainable Action Plans

D14.7 List of the EV African Network members

D14.8 Mapping of policies and initiatives supporting Energy Villages Concept

D14.9 Identification of obstacles to innovation and success factors

D14.10 Identification of relevant inspiring cases

D14.11 Policy Recommendations Guidelines and Roadmap including the outcome on scientific collaboration.

D15.1 Presentation of a more detailed Plan of Activities for the whole WP 15

D15.6 Replication board feedback as deliverable of task 15.6

D15.7 Report about the outcome on scientific collaboration including Sociology and organization analysis

D16.1 Presentation of a more detailed Plan of Activities for the whole WP 16

D16.2 Production of a feasibility study as deliverable of task 16.2

D16.5 LEOPARD prototypes validation WP16 65 – ARESS Websites, patents filling, etc. Public 21

D16.6 Replication study and mapping of Beninese and Senegalese WP16 62 – UPJV Websites, patents filling, etc. Public 36

Publications

Publications related to the work of LEAP-RE will be added to this page as they become available.

Communication materials

Communication materials related to LEAP-RE (press releases, newsletters, promotional materials, etc.) will be added to this page as they become available.