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DOLFIN Directors Present at Africa Upstream 2016

Professor Pieter Bekker, CEPMLP Chair in International Law, and CEPMLP Honorary Lecturer Robert van de Poll gave a joint presentation on “Predicting Africa’s Disputed Blue Boundaries Through a Law and Science Approach” at the AFRICA UPSTREAM conference during Africa Oil Week in Cape Town, South Africa, on 1 November 2016.  This marked the first time that the conference featured a joint presentation at th...

How effectively has Ghana implemented its policy for large-scale renewable electricity deployment: a qualitative assessment

Recent CEPMLP graduate, Joseph Nii Tettey Ashong has recently been published in the Renewable Energy Law and Policy Review. The article examines how Ghana’s energy policy promotes large-scale deployment of renewable electricity. Using a qualitative assessment framework adapted from Yoon and Sim (2015), the study makes broad investigations into how effectively Ghana has implemented its policy for large-scale renewable ele...