International conference ACP-EU Energy Facility: Energising the ACP countries

November 4, 2009

On the 4 November 2009, the European Commission is hosting a conference with about 170 participants from ACP countries, EU Member States, international organisations, NGOs and private sector representatives. The aim is to present the results of the first Call for Proposals – with a special focus on three awarded projects (Central African region, Dominican Republic, Vanuatu) – and to announce the launch of the second Energy Facility. From 9 am, Centre ALBERT BORSCHETTE, room AB- 0A.
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Draft of JAES Action Plan: Energy Partnership

November 8, 2008

AU and EU The draft of the JAES Action Plan 2011-2013 for the Partnership on Energy as communicated in the report of the 11th meeting of the Joint AUC-EC Task Force (JTF) reads “The AEEP is a long-term framework for structured political dialogue and cooperation between Africa and the EU on energy issues of strategic importance Read the rest of this entry »

EU-Africa Energy Partnership: first concrete actions decided in Addis

September 9, 2008

A high level discussion between the African Union and the European Commission on the implementation of the Africa – EU Energy Partnership, opened on Monday, 8 September 2008 at the headquarters of the African Union in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The European delegation at the high level meeting was led by Mr. Louis Michel, European Commissioner for Development and Humanitarian Aid and Mr. Andris Piebalgs, European Commissioner for Energy.
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