In 2012, in their Declaration on the Program for Infrastructure Development in Africa, African heads of state called for innovative solutions to accelerate infrastructure delivery.
The Energy Facility is a co-financing instrument which was established in 2005 in order to support projects on increasing access to sustainable and affordable energy services for the poor living in rural and peri-urban areas in African, Caribbean
The AfSEM aims at connecting the Continent’s energy strategies and action plans by harmonising regulatory frameworks and integrating generation, transmission, and distribution master plans.
The Africa-EU Strategic Partnership is the formal channel through which the European Union and the African continent work together.
GET.invest is a European programme which supports investments in decentralised renewable energy.
The Global Energy Transformation Programme (GET.pro) is a European multi-donor platform that delivers on international energy and climate goals.
The development of infrastructure in Africa is an integral part of the African Union (AU) Agenda 2063.
The energy sector in Africa still faces huge challenges that include low generation capacity and efficiency, high costs, unstable and unreliable energy supplies and low access rates, amongst others.
The Lagos Plan of Action (officially the Lagos Plan of Action for the Economic Development of Africa) was an Organisation of African Unity-backed plan to increase Africa's self-sufficiency. The plan blamed Africa'