Community Energy Systems and Sustainable Energy Transitions in Ethiopia, Malawi and Mozambique (CESET)

A collaborative multi-institutional research partnership funded by the Global Challenges Research Fund, CESET explores the potential of community energy systems to accelerate inclusive, just, and clean energy transitions in Ethiopia, Malawi, and Mozambique.

 

Map showing extreme precarity of energy access in Ethiopia, Malawi, and Mozambique

News

Dr Chrispin Gogoda appointed a Malawi Battery Ambassador

24th June, 2024

Congratulations to Chrispin on his successful application to The Faraday Institution to be a Battery Ambassador for Malawi. The aim of the programme is to further promote battery technology and energy storage research and networking across sub–Saharan Africa, South Asia and the Indo-Pacific. This is in partnership with the Transforming Energy Access Learning Partnership (TEA-LP) as part of the Ayrton Challenge on Energy Storage (ACES).

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New CESET open access book is published

7th June, 2024

The CESET team is delighted to announce that their edited volume "Community Energy and Sustainable Energy Transitions: Experiences from Ethiopia, Malawi, and Mozambique" has been published by Springer. 

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Blog on fieldwork visits to FACIM 2023 and sites in Maputo

19th February, 2024

In August and September 2023, CESET team members - Dr Josh Kirshner, York University and Professor Marcus Power, Durham University - undertook a field trip to Maputo and you can read about it in the following blog.

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