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SAPP and MSB Market Access Guide

Namibia’s Electricity Control Board (ECB), NamPower and the Southern African Power Pool (SAPP) have issued a joint guide to support Independent Power Producers (IPPs) in accessing the national and regional energy trading market. The “SAPP and MSB Market Access Guide” was launched with support from the European programme GET.transform and gives an overview of the market rules and roles in Namibia’s Modified Single Buyer (MSB) and the SAPP regional market.

2023
Instrument: GET.transform
Region: Africa
Country: Namibia
Topic: Regulation
Market segment: On-Grid

SAPP and MSB Market Access Guide

Namibia’s Electricity Control Board (ECB), NamPower and the Southern African Power Pool (SAPP) have issued a joint guide to support Independent Power Producers (IPPs) in accessing the national and regional energy trading market. The “SAPP and MSB Market Access Guide” was launched with support from the European programme GET.transform and gives an overview of the market rules and roles in Namibia’s Modified Single Buyer (MSB) and the SAPP regional market.

2023
Instrument: GET.transform
Region: Africa
Country: Namibia
Topic: Regulation
Market segment: On-Grid
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Electric Vehicle Charging Regulation

GET.transform provides a short paper on international experiences to help inform effective regulation for electric vehicle (EV) charging. EVs, especially when combined with renewable energy, have great potential to decarbonise the transportation sector. At the same time, regulators are faced with the complex challenge of drawing up new regulation to cater to all aspects of these new mobility and grid use patterns.

Electric Vehicle Charging Regulation

GET.transform provides a short paper on international experiences to help inform effective regulation for electric vehicle (EV) charging. EVs, especially when combined with renewable energy, have great potential to decarbonise the transportation sector. At the same time, regulators are faced with the complex challenge of drawing up new regulation to cater to all aspects of these new mobility and grid use patterns.

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Best Practices in Results-Based Financing for Mini-Grids

This study assesses the impact and effectiveness of results-based financing (RBF) projects and derives key recommendations for setting up RBF mechanisms in mini-grid programmes. The study was led by the Green People’s Energy for Africa (GBE), taps into approaches by the Energy Autonomous Villages initiative funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Development and Cooperation (BMZ), and facilitated through a Leveraged Partnership by GET.transform.

2023
Instrument: GET.transform
Region: Africa
Topic: Energy Access, Finance
Market segment: Off-Grid

Best Practices in Results-Based Financing for Mini-Grids

This study assesses the impact and effectiveness of results-based financing (RBF) projects and derives key recommendations for setting up RBF mechanisms in mini-grid programmes. The study was led by the Green People’s Energy for Africa (GBE), taps into approaches by the Energy Autonomous Villages initiative funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Development and Cooperation (BMZ), and facilitated through a Leveraged Partnership by GET.transform.

2023
Instrument: GET.transform
Region: Africa
Topic: Energy Access, Finance
Market segment: Off-Grid
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International Good Practices in Renewable Distributed Generation

In this technical brief, GET.transform informs on international good practices in distributed renewable energy generation. It gives an overview of what distributed generation is, what key technical implications are commonly observed in the system, and what measures are available to address these. The brief aims to support energy sector decision-makers, utilities, and electricity system operators in navigating the complexities of distributed generation.

2023
Instrument: GET.transform
Region: Global
Topic: Energy Planning, Solar Energy
Market segment: Off-Grid

International Good Practices in Renewable Distributed Generation

In this technical brief, GET.transform informs on international good practices in distributed renewable energy generation. It gives an overview of what distributed generation is, what key technical implications are commonly observed in the system, and what measures are available to address these. The brief aims to support energy sector decision-makers, utilities, and electricity system operators in navigating the complexities of distributed generation.

2023
Instrument: GET.transform
Region: Global
Topic: Energy Planning, Solar Energy
Market segment: Off-Grid
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Pathways to Sustainable Planning for a Just Energy Transition in Latin America and the Caribbean

In this joint report, UN ECLAC and GET.transform present findings from an extensive mapping survey of energy sector practices in Latin America and the Caribbean. The report highlights best practices in the region and analyses their role in promoting a just energy transformation.

2023
Instrument: GET.transform
Region: Latin America and the Caribbean
Topic: Energy Planning
Market segment: On-Grid

Pathways to Sustainable Planning for a Just Energy Transition in Latin America and the Caribbean

In this joint report, UN ECLAC and GET.transform present findings from an extensive mapping survey of energy sector practices in Latin America and the Caribbean. The report highlights best practices in the region and analyses their role in promoting a just energy transformation.

2023
Instrument: GET.transform
Region: Latin America and the Caribbean
Topic: Energy Planning
Market segment: On-Grid
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Scalable Power Models: Commercial and Industrial (C&I)

This GET.transform case study highlights C&I business models that successfully promote rural industrialisation. The focus lies on scalable power models that leverage renewable energy technologies to trigger growth and development in rural industry in Africa.

2023
Instrument: GET.transform
Region: Africa
Topic: Energy Access, Regulation, Solar Energy
Market segment: Off-Grid

Scalable Power Models: Commercial and Industrial (C&I)

This GET.transform case study highlights C&I business models that successfully promote rural industrialisation. The focus lies on scalable power models that leverage renewable energy technologies to trigger growth and development in rural industry in Africa.

2023
Instrument: GET.transform
Region: Africa
Topic: Energy Access, Regulation, Solar Energy
Market segment: Off-Grid
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Grid-Connected Distributed Generation in Africa

This manual on Distributed Renewable Energy (DRE) highlights the role technical assistance can play in developing favourable conditions for DRE deployment in Africa, as supported by GIZ projects organised under the Sector Network Energy in Sub-Sahara Africa (SN Energy SSA). It has been prepared under the guidance of the Working Group on Grid-Connected Renewable Energy, the South African-German Energy Programme (SAGEN), Strengthening the Market for Solar Power in Tunisia (RMS) and GET.transform. The manual serves as a reference document for policy-makers and technical assistance providers looking to implement DRE projects.

Grid-Connected Distributed Generation in Africa

This manual on Distributed Renewable Energy (DRE) highlights the role technical assistance can play in developing favourable conditions for DRE deployment in Africa, as supported by GIZ projects organised under the Sector Network Energy in Sub-Sahara Africa (SN Energy SSA). It has been prepared under the guidance of the Working Group on Grid-Connected Renewable Energy, the South African-German Energy Programme (SAGEN), Strengthening the Market for Solar Power in Tunisia (RMS) and GET.transform. The manual serves as a reference document for policy-makers and technical assistance providers looking to implement DRE projects.

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Energy System Transformation Guide

This report presents an analytical framework to guide energy-system planners, operators, and technical assistance providers throughout their collaborative journey of energy system transformation. The framework describes a path from a fossil-fuelled to a decarbonised energy-system in five phases, and suggests technical assistance approaches to discuss and prioritise different measures to support this transition.

2022
Instrument: GET.transform
Region: Global
Topic: Energy Planning, Solar Energy, Wind Energy
Market segment: On-Grid

Energy System Transformation Guide

This report presents an analytical framework to guide energy-system planners, operators, and technical assistance providers throughout their collaborative journey of energy system transformation. The framework describes a path from a fossil-fuelled to a decarbonised energy-system in five phases, and suggests technical assistance approaches to discuss and prioritise different measures to support this transition.

2022
Instrument: GET.transform
Region: Global
Topic: Energy Planning, Solar Energy, Wind Energy
Market segment: On-Grid
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Policy Brief. 2030 Agenda: Review Process of SDG7 on Energy

The policy brief discusses the progress-to-date on the three sub-targets of the Sustainable Development Goal 7, including the financing needs to achieve the goals, options for monitoring and reliable data about the targets as well as opportunities for European Institutions and Member States in the process.

Policy Brief. 2030 Agenda: Review Process of SDG7 on Energy

The policy brief discusses the progress-to-date on the three sub-targets of the Sustainable Development Goal 7, including the financing needs to achieve the goals, options for monitoring and reliable data about the targets as well as opportunities for European Institutions and Member States in the process.

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Policy Brief. The Employment Effects of Renewable Energy Development Assistance

This policy brief sheds light on how employment can be fostered through the provision of official development assistance (ODA) for energy. It covers approaches and limitations of measuring employment effects, the direct employment effects from renewable energy and the acceleration of the job potential of renewable energy in development.

Policy Brief. The Employment Effects of Renewable Energy Development Assistance

This policy brief sheds light on how employment can be fostered through the provision of official development assistance (ODA) for energy. It covers approaches and limitations of measuring employment effects, the direct employment effects from renewable energy and the acceleration of the job potential of renewable energy in development.

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