April 13, 2021
Rose Mutiso on Energy Thinks Podcast
Hub Board member Tisha Schuller meets with Rose Mutiso to discuss the important and the unique considerations for Africa’s energy future in the context of global decarbonization (45:05).
Listen below or on Energy Think’s podcast page here.
Hub vs Hub: The debate over development finance for natural gas is messy. Here are two pragmatic solutions.
By Katie Auth, Rose Mutiso, Todd Moss, Vijaya Ramachandran
The fight over when – or even whether – to use development finance for gas-fired power plants in poor countries has become overly contentious and counterproductive.
Making Nigeria’s energy transition plan a reality
By Michael Dioha
Nigeria wants to achieve a net-zero emissions energy system In November 2021, at the United Nations climate change conference (COP26) held in Glasgow, President Muhammadu Buhari announced Nigeria’s commitment to achieving net-zero emissions by 2060.
Op-Eds & Articles
Net zero plans exclude Africa
By Rose Mutiso
Published in Nature, November 2, 2022. Energy transition plans leave out African data, priorities and expertise, excluding one billion people on the continent. Imagine making a data-driven plan for the world, but leaving out more than one billion people in Africa.
One very simple calculation reveals a core truth about climate justice
By Todd Moss
Climate policy is complicated. The latest authoritative IPCC assessment is 3000+ pages long and much of it is impossible for non-experts to understand.