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  • Configuring sustainable supply systems and efficient energy use of biomass | GVEP International
    Policy briefings Studies and reports Technology factsheets Training material Resources Configuring sustainable supply systems and efficient energy use of biomass Posted on 17 Dec 2012 16 55 News Announcement Tags Biomass The biomass sector beholds and offers a wide and different roles interests and activities for social and economic perspectives The intensification of the actor s capacities decision makers technician in order to reduce gaps and bring solutions inherent this sector as in terms of regulations and so on Valorizing the animal wastes by the reusing and recycling process Bio energy bio fuel production rise up the accurate question of food safety due to bio energy market competition bringing about alternative for new energies resources Pb the big problems of biomass resides particularly in the use of the wood and char coal in urban zones very high demand transport costs and etc not in rural areas The problems of development related to technology for efficient use of biomass FA improved stove and related to the strategy for vulgarization Share this page GVEP Publications We produce a wide range of publications including studies reports guides and fact sheets Suggest a resource If you think we ve missed a resource out of

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  • Resources | GVEP International
    internet sur les énergies propres au Sénégal Directory Posted on 09 08 2013 Avec senegal energie com découvrez toute l actualité sur les énergies au Sénégal en Afrique et dans le monde Tags Energy efficiency Renewable Energy Solar Wind Hydro Biomass Funding The Global Trends in Renewable Energy 2013 Key Findings Report Posted on 30 07 2013 The report highlights changes taking place in renewable energy investment globally and discusses the challenges for ongoing fossil fuel dependence Tags Climate Change Energy finance Global energy issues Solar Wind Hydro Biomass Funding Overcoming Environmental Administrative and Socio Economic Barriers to Renewable Energy Technology Deployment Publication Posted on 10 07 2013 This report examines the negative side effects on society when deploying renewable energy technologies and how to overcome them Tags Energy policy Geothermal Solar Wind Hydro Biomass Toolkit Household Energy Programme Implementation Publication Posted on 24 01 2013 Review of Household Clean Energy Technology for Lighting Charging and Cooking in East Africa Kenya and Tanzania Tags Energy efficiency Solar Biomass Configuring sustainable supply systems and efficient energy use of biomass News Announcement Posted on 17 12 2012 Tags Biomass GERES Annual Review 2011 Posted on 13 09 2012 The GERES 2011 Annual Report now available for download in English and in French Tags Biofuels Energy efficiency Energy finance Energy policy Global energy issues Rural electrification Solar Wind Hydro Biomass Funding IAE s Technology Roadmap Bioenergy for Heat and Power Posted on 04 07 2012 Bioenergy is the largest single renewable energy source today providing 10 of global primary energy supply Tags Biofuels Global energy issues Biomass UNEP s Global Trends in Renewable Energy Investment 2012 Publication Posted on 15 06 2012 Developing economies made up 35 of global investment in renewable power and fuels compared to 65 for developed economies Tags Energy

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  • Schneider Electric's online Energy University | GVEP International
    measurement of energy consumption and ways in which individuals can impart change to any environment The Energy University Group supports those learners from our site and encourages others to participate in registering and engaging in a discussion that combines professional development and energy awareness The fact that the entire experience is online means that it is available globally easily accessible and free to all Each course takes about 40 minutes

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  • World Bank Group Unveils New Environment Strategy for 2012-2022 on ‘Green, Clean, Resilient’ Development | GVEP International
    oceans enable people to lead healthy productive lives and where development strategies emphasize low emission climate smart transport energy agriculture and urban development Resilient in which countries are better prepared for shocks and less vulnerable to natural disasters volatile weather patterns and other impacts of climate change The Strategy includes action plans for the specific environmental challenges in each developing region of the world In Africa work will focus on strengthening governance for natural resource management given growing pressure on the region s agriculture mining forests and water basins In partnership with other agencies the private sector and civil society the Bank Group is seeking to expand access to clean energy across the region In East Asia and the Pacific the Bank Group is supporting renewable energy and energy efficiency sustainable urban development and transport as well as prioritizing the phase out of numerous industrial pollutants advising on carbon markets and adaptation in agriculture and coastal infrastructure scaling up forest management and strengthening regional partnerships to preserve biodiversity In Europe and Central Asia where many countries are faced with energy shortages and a legacy of industrial pollution the Bank Group is promoting clean energy and production while supporting programs to dispose of pollutant stockpiles rehabilitate watersheds and improve disaster preparedness In Latin America and the Caribbean where pressure continues on coastlines wetlands and the world s largest forest cover the Bank Group is supporting the management of protected areas the integration of biodiversity conservation into productive landscapes and in some countries the use of payments for environmental services It is also providing the world s most urbanized region with policy advice on cleaner development paths supporting industrial pollution abatement and promoting green cities In Middle East and North Africa where high population density water scarcity and overfishing tend primarily to

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  • The United Nations University Geothermal Training Programme | GVEP International
    within geothermal exploration and development The programme consists of six months annual training for practicing professionals from developing and transitional countries with significant geothermal potential Priority is given to countries where geothermal development is under way in order to maximize technology transfer The programme has operated in Iceland since 1979 It is a cooperation between the United Nations University and the Government of Iceland and is hosted by the National

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  • Resources | GVEP International
    sharing platform Event News Announcement Policy Brief Publication Tags Any Biofuels Climate Change Energy access Energy efficiency Energy finance Energy policy Geothermal Global energy issues Improved cookstoves Off grid Productive use Renewable Energy Rural electrification Sustainability Water energy nexus Solar Wind Hydro Biomass Funding Keywords Overcoming Environmental Administrative and Socio Economic Barriers to Renewable Energy Technology Deployment Publication Posted on 10 07 2013 This report examines the negative side effects on society when deploying renewable energy technologies and how to overcome them Tags Energy policy Geothermal Solar Wind Hydro Biomass The United Nations University Geothermal Training Programme News Announcement Posted on 18 05 2012 It is a postgraduate training programme aiming at assisting developing countries in capacity building within geothermal exploration and development Tags Geothermal Clean Energy Business Plan Competition and Financing Forum for Africa Publication Posted on 08 03 2010 Tags Energy finance Geothermal Solar Wind Hydro Biomass Funding Beijing Link Photovoltaic Science and Technology Co Ltd Directory Posted on 11 09 2008 Tags Energy efficiency Geothermal CADDET Directory Posted on 10 09 2008 Tags Biofuels Geothermal Solar Wind Hydro Biomass University of Michigan Directory Posted on 09 09 2008 Tags Geothermal Solar Wind Hydro Biomass International Geothermal Association

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  • Expanding women's role in Africa's modern off-grid lighting market: enhancing profitability and improving lives | GVEP International
    few months ago GVEP s experience with working with women entrepreneurs in East Africa It draws on our experience with women under the Developing Energy Enterprises Programme DEEP This paper provides an overview of the emerging outcomes and impacts of the interventions especially in relation to linking female entrepreneurs with finance ABSTRACT ENGLISH Women in Africa are both important beneficiaries and key facilitators of the modern off grid lighting revolution Affordable products using technologies like micro solar power and light emitting diodes LEDs can replace fuel based lighting enabling women and men to save money reduce indoor pollution and operate their small enterprises with reliable clean lighting This article discusses new research from Lighting Africa in five sub Saharan African countries It analyses women s role as both consumers and entrepreneurs and identifies women specific opportunities in the expanding market for modern off grid lighting FRANCAIS Les femmes en Afrique sont à la fois d importantes bénéficiaires et des facilitatrices clés de la révolution de l éclairage moderne hors réseau Les produits abordables qui ont recours à des technologies comme l énergie micro solaire et les diodes électroluminescentes light emitting diodes LED peuvent remplacer l éclairage à base de combustible ce qui permet aux femmes et aux hommes de faire des économies de réduire la pollution intérieure et de diriger leurs propres entreprises avec un éclairage fiable et propre Cet article traite des nouvelles recherches menées par Lighting Africa dans cinq pays d Afrique sub saharienne Il analyse le rôle des femmes en tant que consommatrices mais aussi que chefs d entreprises et identifie les opportunités propres aux femmes dans le marché en pleine expansion de l éclairage moderne hors réseau ESPAÑOL Las mujeres africanas son simultáneamente beneficiarias y protagonistas del nuevo sistema de electricidad generada al margen de la

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  • Solar Power Plants Safer than Nuclear Power Plants | GVEP International
    the atmosphere Crews thought they had the situation under control but water levels dropped dangerously again Monday night when a buildup of steam prevented fresh seawater from entering the reactor chamber Tokyo Electric Power Co reported Officials said they would be able to fix the problem A similar explosion over the weekend occurred in another reactor at the Fukushima plant It s just adding insult to injury said Ryan McDonald an American living in Kitakata about 60 miles west of the Fukushima Daiichi power plant The earthquake was horrible Then the tsunami was horrible And that s not enough Now there s a nuclear fear The explosions occurring in the nuclear power plants are possibly releasing chemicals which cause higher levels of radioactive activity in the atmosphere which can be damaging and cause diseases in the human body This is unprecedented said Stephanie Cooke the author of In Mortal Hands A Cautionary History of the Nuclear Age You ve never had a situation with multiple reactors at risk Cooke said that it may take years to fully assess the damage at Japan s worst hit reactors much less to get them working again And authorities may never definitively determine how much radiation was emitted or how many got sick because of it Stocks of solar power providers rose Monday as questions about nuclear energy safety arose over a damaged power plant in Japan With this insult added to injury many are starting to look for alternatives in nuclear power plants One solution that can generate power in a safely manner are solar power plants There are many solar training schools fully equipped to prepare the workforce needed to complete and operate solar power plants Solar photovoltaic training is mandatory in order to complete the solar power plants assuming that many

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