TEA-LP in Egnineering News

“The off-grid energy sector is continuing to grow, with shifts towards using standalone off-grid and renewable-energy-powered minigrid systems, as such systems can provide electricity in areas where current grid infrastructure cannot reach.

However, despite the growth in the sector, there has been little focus on skills development programmes for local human capital.

The Transforming Energy Access Learning Partnership (TEA-LP) aims to develop the human capital to address the current gap in the sector and meet the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goal 7 (SDG 7) …”

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