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MENA Clean Energy Forum 2014

By: Karima Hirji  on: Wed 27 of Aug., 2014 10:00 GMT  expires: Mon 08 of Dec., 2014 00:00 GMT  (101 Views)
We are delighted to announce the upcoming MENA Clean Energy Forum which will be taking place in Dubai on 9 December 2014.

The MENA Clean Energy Forum will bring together stakeholders interested in investing, financing, developing and operating clean energy projects in the regions.

We have a number of speaking opportunities available and are currently accepting presentation proposals. For more information on speaking and sponsoring opportunities please contact: Vivian Peters on +44 (0) 20 3239 6776 or vivian@elimucommunications.com

Visit: http://www.elimucommunications.com/mena-clean-energy-forum.html#1-conference-overview

Business Development Manager

By: Camilla Fulland  on: Tue 19 of Aug., 2014 08:42 GMT  expires: Sat 30 of Aug., 2014 00:00 GMT  (59 Views)
Prime Cookstoves (www.primestoves.com) is a company established by Differ and Dr. M. Nurhuda in 2013. Our main mission is to make clean and efficient cookstoves attractive and affordable for the poor. By creating affordable cooking solutions for the people at the “bottom of the pyramid” (BOP) we seek to reduce the health risks associated with the use of traditional cooking methods, reduce the need for fuelwood and, hence, lower greenhouse gas emissions, and reduce end-users’ economic burden of increasing prices and reduced availability of fuels for cooking purposes. Prime aims to do this by creating a thriving business where innovative products that create effective, affordable and desirable solutions for the BOP customers are sold commercially.

Prime Cookstoves’ headquarter is in Oslo, Norway, whilst our manufacturing, logistics and R&D departments are based in Malang, Indonesia. In order to strengthen our team and scale up sales, Prime Cookstoves is now looking to hire a flexible, driven and entrepreneurial Business Development Manager, based in Indonesia.

Tanzania To Use More Natural Gas And Coal To Combat Energy Poverty

By: Karima Hirji  on: Tue 12 of Aug., 2014 10:05 GMT  (616 Views)
In the last several years, Tanzania has suffered from a growing energy deficit, in part due to recurring droughts that have crippled hydropower capacity. The government recently launched a 10-year initiative aiming to diversify its power generation sources to include more natural gas and introduce coal. Concerns about the climate are legitimate, but to raise its citizens out of poverty, the energy roadmap has prioritised raising per capita income in Tanzania from $640 to at least $3,000. Critics say the government has mostly failed to tap the country’s other renewable energy potential to help bridge the power gap.

Alliance for Rural Electrification 'Energy Access' Seminar

By: Karima Hirji  on: Thu 07 of Aug., 2014 12:53 GMT  expires: Tue 30 of Sep., 2014 00:00 GMT  (297 Views)
30 September 2014, Brussels, Belgium

You are warmly invited to the upcoming ARE Energy Access Seminar to learn how to successfully realise self-sustainable business solutions for access to energy and services in developing countries by making use of upcoming finance supporting schemes. Experts with long-standing experience in the sector will give practical insights and hands-on advice to both experts and newcomers from the private and public sector on important issues for practitioners.

Register here: http://www.ruralelec.org/are_energy_access_se.0.html

PV Project Development Africa 2014

By: Karima Hirji  on: Wed 06 of Aug., 2014 10:20 GMT  expires: Tue 09 of Sep., 2014 00:00 GMT  (179 Views)
Johannesburg, South Africa, 9-10 September 2014

This event will bring together all the key industry stakeholders to discuss the commercial evolution and sustainability of the PV market in South Africa.

Find out more about the event here: http://www.pv-insider.com/africa/

IDB launches new Energy Innovation Centre website and interactive database

By: Karima Hirji  on: Wed 06 of Aug., 2014 10:16 GMT  (364 Views)
The Inter-American Bank (IDB) has just launched its new Energy Innovation Center website featuring an interactive energy database, nicknamed "the Database for the 21st Century." It incorporates Linked Open Data and presents energy production and consumption information by country and year in a way that is innovative and user-friendly.

The Africa Enterprise Challenge Fund announces third round of the REACT funding window

By: Karima Hirji  on: Wed 06 of Aug., 2014 10:10 GMT  (183 Views)
The AECF Renewable Energy and Adaptation to Climate Technologies (REACT) window is a special fund of the AECF that is open to business ideas based on low cost clean energy and solutions (technologies, products, services) that can help rural people adapt to climate change.

REACT provides patient risk capital (grants, interest free loans) to businesses with potentially transformative climate change solutions and which seek to make a profit, go to scale and to have a deep social impact. To date, REACT is investing in 32 companies across East Africa and 12 in Mozambique, with an overall portfolio size of approximately US$34 million.


Microgrid Deployment Workshop: Implementing Grid-Tied, Remote, and Off-Grid Solutions

By: Karima Hirji  on: Wed 06 of Aug., 2014 09:44 GMT  expires: Sun 21 of Sep., 2014 00:00 GMT  (164 Views)
Universitat de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain, September 22-23, 2014

Don't miss this opportunity to network with colleagues from around the world who are taking microgrids to the next level of efficiency and ROI.

Register at: http://microgridconference.com/

ICCG Competition: Best Climate Practices for Energy Poverty Alleviation

By: Karima Hirji  on: Thu 31 of July, 2014 10:29 GMT  (250 Views)
On the launching of the Best Climate Practices observatory’s new platform, the International Center for Climate Governance (ICCG) is inaugurating its second edition of the International Competition on Best Climate Practices with this year’s invitation to submit innovative proposals on the theme of energy poverty.

Watch the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ka438Ovhwcg

New GSI and IISD Report: Power, Gender and Fossil-fuel Subsidy Reform in India

By: Karima Hirji  on: Thu 31 of July, 2014 10:23 GMT  (247 Views)
Published on July 11 2014, this paper explores the link between fossil-fuel subsidies and gender in India. It focuses on the likely gender impacts of reform across cooking, lighting, pumping and transport fuels.
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