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Chapter 1 of this report gives an overview of the project’s background and objectives. Chapter 2 provides a general description of the regulatory, institutional and policy environment for renewable energy in Tanzania.

Source: The World Bank
Date: July 2012

This country briefing is one of 13 prepared as part of a background study for the Energy Africa campaign launched by the Department for International Development. The authors conclude, “Tanzania's explosive off-grid energy success has laid strong foundations for the sector.

Source: Overseas Development Institute
Date: January 2016

This presentation covers national energy policy and reforms, challenges of improving energy access, strategies to increase access, the role of the Rural Energy Agency and standardized power purchase projects.

Source: Rural Energy Agency, Tanzania
Date: January 2016

This report focuses on the market presence of off-grid lighting products in three towns in Kenya. It is based on surveys and a field observation study that collected data about the diversity of products available, estimated prices, and weekly sales volumes of products.

Source: World Bank
Date: January 2013

From the executive summary: “This study indicates there are major challenges ahead for Ethiopia to finance its response to climate change. The national Climate Resilient Green Economy strategy has called for annual spending of USD 7.5 billion to respond to climate change.

Source: Overseas Development Institute
Date: June 2014

This presentation details the potential for renewable energy and solar PV for the real estate sector in Ghana.

Source: Chartered Building and Civil Engineering Contractors (Ghana), made available through GIZ
Date: January 2016

This brief quantifies air pollution and climate change externalities related to fossil fuels, along with the extent these can be reduced with higher uptake of renewables.

Source: International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)

This self-paced course was developed for social development and energy specialists, policymakers, practitioners and members of civil society interested in learning about the linkages between gender equality and energy using recent research, data and country-level experiences.

Source: Energy Sector Management Assistance Program
Date: January 2017

The study seeks to set the stage for the creation and adoption of an ECOWAS regional legal instrument for conducting gender assessments of energy infrastructure projects, including extraction of fuel sources, storage, generation, transmission and distribution of energy, whether from solar, wind,

Source: ECOWAS Observatory for Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency

This report aims to systematically catalog the wide-ranging universe of stakeholders and initiatives that are addressing energy poverty and accelerating the global clean energy transition by empowering women and promoting gender equality and social inclusion.

Source: Sustainable Energy for All
Date: January 2017