News from the Mozambique Off-grid Knowledge Hub May 2022

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News from the Mozambique Off-grid Knowledge Hub

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May 2022

We are happy to share the May edition of the Mozambique Off-grid Knowledge Hub News!

The Mozambique Off-grid Knowledge Hub offers a wealth of information on the energy situation, RE potential, policy and regulatory framework as well as on actors involved in the Mozambican energy sector.

You can also browse through sub-hubs on solar energy, cooking energy and productive use of energy (focused on solar powered irrigation systems) to understand the market landscape and the opportunities/challenges for private sector engagement in each technology markets. A sub-hub on nano and mini-grids will be available soon.

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What's new on the Mozambique Off-grid Knowledge Hub

Call for Solar Home System Case Studies

Do you run a project or company focused on solar home systems (SHS) in Mozambique? We would like to feature your case study on energypedia's Mozambique Off-Grid Knowledge Hub! By sharing technological aspects, approaches and results of your activities, you contribute to more learning opportunities in the sector. In return, you will receive recognition and we will also support you in promoting your case study via the hub, social media, and webinars.  

Send us an email and tell us about your project. Visit our Case Study Info Page for more information and easy-to-use templates!

Writing contest

Energypedia and AMER officially launched the writing contest entitled: ''Energy Minds: Writing Content in Renewable Energy'. This competition is aimed at all Mozambican students who are attending at least one renewable energy-related course and will run from 10 to 31 May. Winners will be announced in June. Find the contest criteria here:

Case Studies on Improved Cooking Energy

Happy to share another new and very interesting case study on improved cookstoves and cooking energy in Mozambique! A huge thank you to Pamoja Mocambique for giving insights into their products, approaches, impacts, challenges, and for sharing their recommendations. You can read this case study as well as the ones from Mozambique Carbon Initiatives, Kulima, and Carbonsink in either English or Portuguese on the Clean Cooking Solutions Hub. We are sure, these case studies will be of help for other cookstove companies and projects and enhance the knowledge of the sector!

If you would also like to contribute a case study, visit our Case Study Info Page for more information or contact us at []

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Deep Dive Webinar on Financing Clean Cooking Energy in Mozambique

We invite you to join our deep dive on financing issues of clean cooking energy. The webinar will take place on 2nd June at 10 am CEST/CAT and will be in Portuguese only.

This is a follow up event of our last webinar Clean Cooking in Mozambique: Market Status and Opportunities for the Private Sector in April, due to the huge interest of the audience.

Please register here:

Help Tutorial

On June 8, we will host an interactive webinar in Portuguese where we will show you how to share your knowledge in energypedia and contribute to the Off Grid Knowledge Centre.

You will learn how to:

  • create articles
  • edit articles
  • upload publications, documents, media, etc.

Register for the tutorial here:

Financing Opportunities

Job Opportunities

Publications available on energypedia

Did you recently publish a report or a study about renewable energy and energy access in Mozambique? Have you found one in the internet? Add it to our publication database to make it widely known among energy experts interested in Mozambique!

Find here a list of recent relevant publications about renewable energy and energy access in Mozambique.

Previous News Editions

Click here to read the April 2022 edition

Click here to read the March 2022 edition

Click here to read the February 2022 edition

Click here to read the January 2022 edition

Click here to read the December 2021 edition