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This brochure provides an update on Climate Investment Funds (CIF) activities in 2015 in African nations.

Source: African Development Bank Group
Date: June 2015

This renewable energy country profile is a knowledge product derived from the SREP Investment Plan. Its objective is to showcase to the renewable energy status of Tanzania, its development options, and opportunities and constraints.

Source: African Development Bank Group
Date: January 2015

The Biomass Energy Strategy (BEST) initiative aims to build awareness of biomass as Africa's main source of primary energy and to highlight its relevance to poverty alleviation efforts, especially among decision-makers at policy level.

Source: EU Energy Initiative: Partnership Dialogue Facility (EUEI PDF), Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)
Date: March 2011

This report identifies the main risks and barriers limiting investment. It also supplies a toolkit for policy makers, public and private investors, and public finance institutions to scale up their investments in renewable energy.

Source: The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)

This report outlines how the U.S.

Source: USAID
Date: January 2016

This report examines how ten countries have switched, or are planning to switch, from traditional fuels such as wood, coal, charcoal, animal waste and kerosene, to LPG as a cooking fuel.

Source: The World LPG Association (WLPGA), WLPGA
Date: September 2015

The publication provides insights into some of the complications inherent in the private household and social cost-benefit “calculus” of interventions to promote new cooking technologies and practices.

Source: Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves
Date: January 2016

This report examines the key factors influencing investors in mini-grid projects, including licensing, tariff regulation, access to finance and specific project risks related to the eventual arrival of the main grid.

Source: International Renewable Energy Access
Date: September 2016

Based on cross-section data from a 2004 survey of approximately 2,300 households in rural Bangladesh, the authors of this paper studied the welfare impacts of household energy use, including those of modern energy, and they estimate the household minimum energy requirement that could be used as

Source: World Bank Group
Date: June 2010

This newsletter reviews the state of energy access in sub-Saharan Africa and how the policy landscape can support expanding access with renewable energy and energy efficiency.

Source: Agence Francaise de Developpement
Date: September 2013