Archive for category: News

REPTES: Progress in the definition of project case studies in Nigeria and Morocco


At the heart of the REPTES project, a LEAP-RE Portfolio member, lies the development of a proof of concept of innovative multigeneration/storage syste...

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LEOPARD Organises Training Courses for Mini-Grid Deployment

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The mini-grid market has proliferated in recent years, particularly in Africa. This technology is one of the three paths to universal energy access ad...

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EURICA members at COP28


From left to right: Dimitri Tientega, Association des Jeunes Acteurs de l’Energie du Burkina Faso, Philippe Henry, Ministre de l’Énergie et du Climat ...

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RESTART: Synergy of green energy technologies through critical materials circularity

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Did you know that around 15 % global silicon demand could be provided from solar PVs wastes by 2030? Silicon circularity reduces 54 % energy and 69 % ...

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OASES: Downscaling Climate Data to Upscale Climate Action


The overall objective of the Open Access AU-EU Ecosystem for Energy System Modelling (OASES) project as part of the LEAP-RE Portfolio is the developme...

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LEAP-RE updates: Check out our latest newsletter!

LEAP-RE Newsletter

The LEAP-RE November 2023 newsletter is out. On the agenda for this edition: Highlights of the LEAP-RE Stakeholder Forum in Kigali last October!Our...

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LEOPARD second micro-grid pilot and its replicability perspectives


©ARESS In the summer 2023, the ARESS teams finalized the installation of the second pilot of LEOPARD project in Benin. This installation will be fo...

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Key Highlights of the LEAP-RE Stakeholder Forum 2023 in Kigali


The recent LEAP-RE Stakeholder Forum, hosted in Kigali, Rwanda, and online from 10 to 13 October gathered more than 400 participants! Good connec...

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ENERGY VILLAGE’s Aspire Energy Potential Calculator and project field visit


The ENERGY VILLAGE’S calculator enables the potential for other renewable energy sources than biomass to be calculated. The ASPIRE model along with it...

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HYAFRICA convenes in Pretoria, South Africa, on raising awareness on Natural Hydrogen

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Roundtable discussion. From left to right: Dr. Ansie Smit (University of Pretoria), Dr. Malte Lindenmeyer (Fraunhofer IEE), Prof. Adam Bumby (Universi...

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The LEAP-RE consortium gathers 83 African and European partners covering a wide range of sectors: education/research, private sector, policy and funding. Together, they are building a long-term partnership of African and European stakeholders committed to fostering research and innovation for the development of renewable energy.

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