A hot-water supply through solar energy ensures hygienic maternity care in health centres.
By using solar pumps on broken wells, Nama farmers in the Maltahöhe region regain access to a regular water supply.
Ghana's UENR and University of Oldenburg partnered in 2022 and talk about what makes for good partners.
From 15 to 2 days - why Ethiopian seed cooperatives are using solar dryers.
Engineer Christine Alobo from Uganda talks about what she would tell women in the energy sector.
Energy communities can contribute to the global energy transition. Douglas Logedi Luhangala and Kweku Koranteng explain how.
Miriam Schröder, energy access expert, and Carsten Hellpap, former head of EnDev, on developing the PUE market.
Local farmer Hamwaata Halwiindi builds skillset to build energy security in his community.
In Zambia, SolarAid builds capacity for solar entrepreneurs to do repairs
How a partnership for emission certificates helps investments and carbon offsets.
SolarAid and Green People's Energy help reduce e-waste through easy repairs.
Using solar drying systems, Kenya’s coffee farmers can improve the quality of the beans, reduce labour input and achieve higher prices.
Launched by Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL), a new RBF Tracker lets helps monitor and evaluate progress.
In the village of Wildpoldsried, 4,000 African PV technicians have received qualifications.
The role of mini-grids and tariffs and how they are perceived differently.
As the solar sector grows in Namibia, innovation capitalises on this growth.
The partnership between Namibian association REIAoN and German BSW concludes successfully.
A pilot in Ethiopia helps smallholder farmers keep irrigation costs down and conserve water.
Solvienta's Johannes Hertlein talks about Zambia's market for renewables and offers an outlook.
New study available from GIZ on the in's and out's of RBF for funding mini-grids in Africa.
Financing is a hurdle to renewable energy in rural regions. Mobile payments show potential.
Results-based financing has helped agribusinesses and farmers in Namibia buy technology for productive use.
Lack of access to energy holds back women. To promote their role in the energy transition requires gender-sensitivity and policy to ensure sustainability.
In the energy sector in Benin, female engineers - encouraged by the Ministry of Energy - are acting as role models in the country's transition.