Project deliverable Open Access

Energy system development pathways for Ethiopia: Final project report

Eludoyin, Elusiyan Olufemi; Broad, Oliver; Tomei, Julia; Anandarajah, Gabrial; Pappis, Ioannis; Sahlberg, Andreas; Milligan, Ben

This report forms a deliverable of the Energy System Development Pathways for Ethiopia (PATHWAYS) project. The project explored pathways for Ethiopia’s electricity system to 2065 with the use of open-source energy system models, and developed local capacity to use and build on those models for the country’s energy planning and policy decision-support. A participatory methodology was adopted, which engaged local experts and stakeholders in the co-creation of knowledge, through multiple and mixed methods of inquiry typically adopted in fields of engineering and the social sciences. Some of these engagement activities included workshops and interviews that drew upon local expertise to shape the narratives and boundaries on the possible futures for Ethiopia’s electricity system, as well as a household survey on energy consumer behaviour. In addition, capacity development workshops were conducted; training students, academics, and staff of the government, not-for-profit and the private sector on the use of the Open-Source Energy System Modelling framework (OSeMOSYS). This report provides the synthesised findings of the project and highlights ways of building on its activities.

Files (2.1 MB)
Name Size
Final project report_Final.pdf
2.1 MB Download
All versions This version
Views 109109
Downloads 8485
Data volume 173.6 MB175.7 MB
Unique views 101101
Unique downloads 7879


Cite as