Publication / ReportArtificial Intelligence (AI) is one of the biggest technological trends transforming every business sector across the world. With advances in computer technology, AI has scaled new heights in utility and application, exceeding all initial expectations.
Publication / ReportIn 2017 several leading climate analysis organizations came together as part of the Mission 2020 campaign to define 6 milestones—in energy, transport, land use, industry, infrastructure, and finance—that would need to be met by 2020 to bend the curve in global GHG emissions and put the world on a pa
Publication / ReportMountains are large landforms raised above the surface of the earth emerging into peaks and ranges. Mountains occupy 22% of the world’s land surface area and are home to about 13% of the world’s population (FAO 2015).
Publication / ReportThe energy sector is key to Rwanda’s economic development and poverty reduction goals. Electricity currently represents a small share of Rwanda’s overall energy consumption, but is set to expand rapidly over the next few years.
Publication / ReportDuring the conference "Renewables in the electrification of Mozambique" organized by ALER with the support from the Africa-EU Renewable Energy Cooperation Programme (RECP), which took place 25-26 October 2017 in Maputo, Mozambique, ALER launched the 2nd edition of the “Renewables in Mozamb
Publication / ReportIn November 2017 ALER signed a contract agreement with UNIDO to implement the project “Promoting investments in small to medium scale renewable energy technologies in the electricity sector of Guinea Bissau”.
Publication / ReportAccess to modern energy services is a necessary precondition for achieving development goals that extend far beyond the energy sector, such as poverty eradication, access to clean water, improved public health and education, women’s empowerment and increase food production.
Publication / ReportLike many other sub-Sahara countries, expanding access to modern energy is the top priority on the country’s energy policy agenda and strategies for sustainable development. However, Malawi has a low electrification rate, estimated at 11% in 2016 (World Bank, 2018b).
Publication / ReportThree building types - hospitals, schools and offices – account for nearly half of the total floor area of non-residential buildings in Europe. They will still be with us for decades to come, yet the vast majority needs to be renovated to improve their energy performance.
Publication / ReportKenya is the ninth biggest economy in Africa according to IMF rankings, and in recent years has experienced sustained strong economic growth that has seen it move to “lower-middle income” status as defined by the World Bank.