Filling the void: Africa’s role in European energy security
As Western Europe accelerates a structural transition away from Russian energy dependence, Africa will play a salient role in filling this void. In this webinar we explore how a more pressing shift towards renewable energy and a reduction on Russian hydrocarbon dependence will increase demand for African renewable and non-renewable resources. We also look at where political, institutional and governance risks might hinder this transition.
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Callee has a bachelor’s degree in Political, Philosophical and Economic Studies and an honours degree in Economics from the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa. She is a recipient of the Helmut-Schmidt-Program Master’s Scholarship for Public Policy and Good Governance 2016-2018. Through this programme she completed an MA degree in Public Economics, Law and Politics at the Leuphana University of Lüneburg, Germany. She has worked as an economist at Oxford Economics Africa for the past three years and specialises in the North African region, with a focus on Egypt and Morocco.
Zaynab is a political analyst at Oxford Economics Africa, with a particular focus on East Africa. She holds a BA Honours degree in International Studies from the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa.
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