Improving Energy Access in Rural Africa    

July 2017

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Envlawlinc and Lincoln Law School has partnered with the universities of Essex and Surrey on an international multidisciplinary project which aims to address the issue of access to energy for the rural and urban poor in Southern Africa.

Last week Dr Stephen Turner presented a paper at a two day workshop at Essex University as part of this project. The workshop was led by Dr Thoko Kaime of Essex University and included a wide range of speakers representing different disciplines from various countries.

The project seeks to play a practical role in a understanding how law and policy can be developed to help those in the region who lack access to energy and who as a result lack access to refrigeration, lighting and amenities such as those required for education.



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