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AFREC Message

To our Member states, stakeholders and partners in the Energy Sector and readers The year 2022 has been an amazing and yet challenging one. After surviving two years of locked down and the pandemic, we have managed to get back

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Financing Energy Transition in Africa at COP27

The High-Level Forum on Financing Energy Transition in Africa organised by the African Union Commission (AUC) and the International Energy Agency (IEA) deliberated on critical energy issues facing Africa and ways to mobilise adequate finance to accelerate energy access and

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Amplifying Africa’s Voice on Oil and Gas at the 2022 Africa Oil Week

On the sideline of the 2022 Africa Oil Week (AOW), the African Energy Commission (AFREC) in collaboration with the Hyve Group organised a Ministerial and VIP Symposium under the Africa’s Energy Transition & Africa Domestic Market for Oil & Gas

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AFREC conducts a Validation Workshop to support ten (10) African Union member states to create and/or improve National Energy Information System (NEIS)

The African Energy Commission (AFREC) hosted a validation workshop with senior national statisticians and various key stakeholders from Algeria, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Congo, Gabon, Kenya Lesotho, Namibia, Nigeria, and Zimbabwe to validate and provide input into countries Diagnostic report and

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Stakeholder Consultation and Capacity Building to Enhance National Determined Contributions (NDC) Support Centre in Malawi and Uganda

The African Energy Commission (AFREC) together with its partner Vito, through the Ministries of Energy in Malawi and Uganda hold technical stakeholder engagement meeting with government officials, statistics and energy utility agencies, as part of the implementation of the NDC

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The African Union and Chinese Government Partnership gains momentum under the African Energy Commission.

Capacity building for Africa especially on the energy sector is one of the key priorities geared toward achieving the aspirations of the African Union Agenda 2063, Aspiration 1- A Prosperous Africa, based on Inclusive Growth and Sustainable Development : Goal

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AFREC Conducts a Study on Developing Africa’s Oil and Gas Domestic Market

With the much over-emphasised the ‘Just Transition’ and providing universal accessibility to millions of Africans on the content, Africa calls for resources integration, strengthening local produce and investment as well as industrialisation of industries to create jobs, knowledge and skills

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Advocating Energy Policies to Africa through Energy Policy Briefs

  In order to fulfil its mandate and implement the approved Commissions’ mandate, AFREC engaged all its key stakeholders locally, regionally and continentally, to provide policy guidance by launching various policy briefs and other studies developed and conducted by the

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AFREC Continues To Implore Its Technical Skills To Enhance Skills And Knowledge On Energy Statistics Through The ‘Training of Trainer’s Programme’.

AFREC has ramped up its capacity building initiatives by continuing to increase the African pool of trainers in energy statistic, through the Training of the Trainers (ToT) programme between 09-13 May 2022 in Cote d’Ivoire. With support from the Africa-EU

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Validation Workshop on the Biomass Energy Survey Report for Mozambique

Bioenergy remains one of the popular energy resources used in Africa. In Mozambique like in many Sub-Saharan countries, biomass in the form of charcoal, firewood and agricultural residues plays a major role as a primary energy source for households and