The Energy Access work stream of the Africa-EU Energy Partnership has the pleasure to invite all Young Leaders in Africa and Europe to apply for the:
Up to five Young Leaders in the field of energy access will be invited to the ARE Energy Access Investment Forum held on March 22-23 in Lisbon, Portugal with all expenses covered. The Young Leaders will get the opportunity to share their ideas and recommendations to improve energy access in Africa with a wide group of energy experts and high-level stakeholders, including the European Commission, the African Union Commission, the UN and the World Bank through a communiqué written on site! The Young Leaders will also have the chance to broaden their knowledge of business opportunities for clean energy access and will receive a trophy acknowledging their contribution to bring sustainable energy access to Africa.
To apply, please submit the following:
*Please note, that while we accept applications in French, the Forum and award ceremony will be conducted in English. Therefore, a working-level of English is required to participate.
Please send your application to: email@example.com.
Deadline: 21 February 2017
For questions please write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more detailed information on the ARE Energy Access Forum, please see HERE.
The Young Energy Access Leaders Awards will happen in conjunction with the ARE Awards.
For more information on the ARE Awards see HERE.
We look forward to receiving your application!
the Energy Access work stream
The Energy Access work stream under the Africa-EU Energy Partnership (AEEP) was initiated in April 2016 and is mandated to: close the gaps between public, private, NGO and the academic sector; promote business and technology solutions to effectively tackle energy access; raise public interest for clean energy access as a topic; where necessary, contribute to the SE4All and SDG 7 processes on energy access.
The work stream is part of the Africa-EU Energy Partnership (AEEP), a long-term framework for strategic dialogue between Africa and the European Union (EU) aimed at sharing knowledge, setting political priorities and developing joint programmes on the key energy issues and challenges in the 21st century. The overall objective of the AEEP is to improve access to secure, affordable and sustainable energy for both continents, with a special focus on increasing investment in energy infrastructure in Africa.