At Africa Energy Services Group – AESG – we are committed to contributing towards improving the energy situation in Africa. AESG understands well the critical situation the scarcity of sustainable energy access is imposing on the social economic development of the people, and therefore strive to use our experience to facilitate the best use of available energy resources for effective, efficient and sustainable energy outputs that spurs people’s wellbeing.
To be a one stop center for energy services on the African continent.
To be a winning player in facilitating the social economic development of African countries through our engagement in responding to the critical energy needs that include access, efficient use and focusing on sustainable sources.
Africa Energy Services Group (AESG) – www.africaesg.com – is an all Africa based energy, environment and climate change company with its head office in Kigali, Rwanda and branches in Dar es salaam, Tanzania and Maseru, Lesotho. It is constituted by a group of experienced professionals and experts in the areas highlighted above.
AESG’s has positioned itself as one of referral centers for provision of energy services including studies, energy and climate change related research, policy and strategy advisory, knowledge and skills dissemination. Its research offer provides support services in the form of pre-feasibility, detailed technical, environmental and social impact assessment studies for the development and deployment of bankable energy related projects across Africa
AESG provides consultancy and a wide range of advisory services in energy and climate change related domains. This service offer draws on the strong technical expertise of AESG’s professionals in the areas of climate change mitigation and adaptation initiatives as well as renewable energy space covering solar, hydro, wind, geothermal, biogas, biomass, and energy efficiency.
Policy and strategy development
Moreover, the AESG has successfully developed, revised and/or updated energy and climate change policies in different countries as well as providing and/or facilitating development of strategic approaches to increase rural energy access in regions across Africa. AESG does this by developing baseline surveys, which are then used to identify the priority energy needs and to establish the strategic framework for implementation of energy access programmes, environmental undertakings and/or climate change aspects.