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124 applications received during 1st phase of the LEAP-RE Call for projects

124 applications have been received during the pre-proposal phase of the LEAP-RE Call for AU-EU Collaborative Research and Innovation projects on Rene...

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The 2021 IRENA World Energy Transitions Outlook “1.5°C Pathway” is out (preview)

The World Energy Transitions Outlook preview outlines a pathway for the world to achieve the Paris Agreement goals and halt the pace of climate change...

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High-level EU-Africa Events not to miss in April 2021

Do not miss the key highlights of EU-Africa dialogue in April 2021. Several high level events with a focus on Green Energy and Green Transition will t...

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VIRTUAL kick-off meeting

LEAP-RE Kick-Off Meeting will take place online on March 23 & 24, 2021

Save the date LEAP-RE Virtual Kick-Off Meeting will take place on March 23 & 24, 2021. Due to the ongoing sanitary situation, this Kick-Off Meetin...

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Five reasons to be optimistic about clean energy in 2021

This article was first published by The energy sector, still dominated by fossil fuels, is the largest contributor to greenhouse gas emissio...

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2020 Renewable Energy Highlights: “A Big Year for Transformational Change”

This article was first published in […] 2020 was a record year for renewable energy.  Wind power grew by 71 GW, up from 60 GW in 2...

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Join the Workshop “COVID-19 and the Health-Energy-Climate Nexus”

The R&I Partnership ‘Climate Change and Sustainable Energy’of the AUEU High Level Policy Dialogue on Science, Technology and Innovatio...

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Renewable Energy: Powering Jobs And Growth

A record breaking 11 million jobs in 2018: as renewables continue to generate employment, policy makers and businesses are beginning to see beyond the...

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Kenya solar rooftop

Renewable Energy Now Accounts for a Third of Global Power Capacity

Sector adds 171 GW of generating capacity in 2018 Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, 2 April 2019 – The decade-long trend of strong growth in rene...

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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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