Upon the successful conclusion of the pilot examinations for the certification of off-grid solar PV technicians in Senegal and Ghana, a workshop with all of the main stakeholders is planned to review the results of the piloting, the progress so far,...
A conference to raise awareness among policy makers about the opportunities provided by renewable energy and energy efficiency in providing electricity to rural health centres and strengthening health systems in Africa, to exchange knowledge and...
IRENA participated in a number of key areas, including facilitating the NDC dialogue, and participating in the Ghana-NDC Investment Forum, Marrakech Partnership and thematic blocks on finance, cities and local action, and energy transition.
A technical training on renewable energy statistics for energy statisticians from the West Africa region
A technical regional meeting reviewing and validating the draft regional renewable energy action agenda for the Economic Community of Central African States, and discussing potential roles of development partners in the implementation phase.
A meeting to support the Entrepreneurship Support Facility by collect feedback from the region with respect to the scope of its activities and expected outcomes targeted to be achieved in the next two years.
A consultative meeting with stakeholders of the EAPP and SAPP regions took stock of the progress made on ACEC and agreements on future areas of focus.
As part of IRENA's capacity building programme in West Africa, State Grid Corporation of China hosted a study tour for the programme's participants.
The Republic of Sierra Leone’s government and IRENA held the second two-week training course on strategic long-term energy planning in Freetown that focused on finalising the SPLAT-SL model and energy planning scenarios.
As per ADFD post selection procedures, an onsite appraisal is being organised by ADFD on the Mauritius 10MW solar PV systems for 10,000 households mini-grid project. The project was selected in the fifth cycle of the IRENA/ADFD Facility in January...