Clean Energy 4 Africa (CE4A) is happy to announce a new partnership with Electricity Lawyer, to jointly work on research on policies and regulations, advocacy, publications, consultancy services and capacity-building programs in Africa. The partnership MOU was officially signed on 8th June, 2022, by Dr. Mohamed Alhaj, Founder and Director of Clean Energy 4 Africa, and Ivie Ehanmo, Founder of Electricity Lawyer (EL).
Electricity Lawyer (https://electricitylawyer.com/) is a novel data-driven research, legal and regulatory service provider, offering tailored legal, regulatory and policy aggregation tools and solutions that assist stakeholders and electricity industry players across the globe in making informed business, and economic investment decisions in power markets across Sub-Saharan Africa. It draws from a pool of seasoned lawyers, industry experts and sound research analysts with expertise in the electricity sector within and beyond Africa, Electricity Lawyer offers unrivalled services tailored to the specific needs of a wide range of stakeholders (i.e., Policy Makers, Utilities, Governments and Regulatory Agencies, MDA’s, Project Developers, Banks and Financial Institutions, Development Institutions and Agencies, Investors, Academia, Students, Researchers, etc).
In recognition of this partnership, Dr. Mohamed Alhaj, Founder and Director of Clean Energy 4 Africa, made the following remarks:
The energy transition journey of Africa is a complex one and requires African companies to pool their resources and collaborate effectively. Navigating legal and regulatory topics in the renewables sector, and especially in electricity markets, is an important area and a key enabler for attracting investments to Africa. We are thrilled to announce this partnership with Electricity Lawyer – a company that shares our vision and ambitions for renewable energy in Africa.
Ivie Ehanmo, Founder of Electricity Lawyer (EL) said:
Given the increasing importance of renewable energy in the global investment landscape especially in light of the energy transition, and more importantly, the abundance of renewable energy resources across Africa, the right legal, regulatory and policy framework is key to attracting the necessary investment into Africa; to harness the region’s potential for increased generation capacity and ultimately improved energy access. Electricity Lawyer is excited about its partnership with Clean Energy for Africa (CE4A) as we work together to shape renewable energy policies, laws and regulations across Africa.