Ethiopia’s Energy Transition Pathway

This week Energy 360 highlights our project on Energy Transition Strategies, which examines how emerging economies are balancing economic growth while reducing their greenhouse gas emissions. We looked at three different places: Vietnam, Ethiopia, and the Indian state of Gujarat. In each of these 3 podcasts, Nikos Tsafos and Lachlan Carey talk with an expert about that state’s development and low-carbon transition pathways within the major sectors of electricity generation and access, transport, and industry.

In this final episode of the mini-series, we look at Ethiopia’s pathway. Our guest is Easwaran Narassimhan, a research fellow at the Climate Policy Lab at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University.

For more, read Energy Transition Strategies: Ethiopia’s Low-Carbon Development Pathway