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  • Lighting Africa Market Trend Report 2012: Overview of the Off-Grid Lighting Market in Africa | GVEP International
    technology is ideal for off grid places which is most of the continent The International Finance Corp IFC released a report Lighting Africa Market Trends Report detailing that the solar lantern market has grown 300 In Kenya about 2 5 million people are using off grid solar lighting products IFC head of the Lighting Africa Program Arthur Njagi said that a new finance mechanism was being facilitated for 17 local

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  • Nouveau site internet sur les énergies propres au Sénégal | GVEP International
    17 15 Directory Tags Energy efficiency Renewable Energy Solar Wind Hydro Biomass Funding Ce nouveau site http www senegal energies com dédié aux énergies propres vous permet d en savoir plus sur les sources d énérgie au Sénégal et vous aide à monter un projet Il vous permet également de découvrir l utilisation et les bonnes pratiques sur les énergies au Sénégal Share this page GVEP Publications We produce a

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  • Overcoming Environmental, Administrative and Socio-Economic Barriers to Renewable Energy Technology Deployment | GVEP International
    Overcoming Environmental Administrative and Socio Economic Barriers to Renewable Energy Technology Deployment Posted on 10 Jul 2013 13 18 Publication Tags Energy policy Geothermal Solar Wind Hydro Biomass To read the full report click here To read other reports by the IEA Renewable Energy Technology Deployment click here Share this page GVEP Publications We produce a wide range of publications including studies reports guides and fact sheets Suggest a resource

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  • Toolkit - Household Energy Programme Implementation | GVEP International
    African Wildlife Foundation AWF and Jane Goodall Institute JGI to implement clean energy projects at the household level in conservation areas in Kenya and Tanzania The toolkit will guide the user through the steps of designing and implementing an energy programme and provides information on the following topics prerequisites when considering the suitability of energy technologies necessary steps required to introduce a particular energy technology market and socio economic feasibility of energy technologies potential financing options for energy technologies and implementation process for energy projects This toolkit is a follow on from the learning report documenting the findings from a review of household clean energy technology for lighting charging and cooking in Kenya and Tanzania conducted by GVEP International on behalf of AWF and JGI Further information regarding the different types of energy technologies available in Kenya and Tanzania the main suppliers of energy technologies and challenges and lessons learnt from energy programmes can be found in this report In addition to AWF JGI staff the toolkit can be used to inform the larger conservation community and donors who are considering implementing projects in the household energy sector Download the Review of Household Clean Energy Technology for Lighting Charging and

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  • GERES Annual Review 2011 | GVEP International
    reports http www geres eu en annual report In 2011 GERES increased its business volume by 34 While we are focusing on controlling our development we pursue our objective to maintain and develop our innovation capabilities to build the solutions of tomorrow The publication of this new report is also the occasion for us to unveil our GERES Charter which lists our convictions and the strong principles that we believe

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  • What is holding back solar energy development in Senegal? | GVEP International
    The opposite is true the market for solar energy has shown a very slow growth and has been defined by few projects and donor funding Companies catering for the private market have been concentrating on the upper class offering primarily large solar home systems SHS for rich individuals or hotels often used as back up systems The majority of the rural market is dependent on low quality low service providers Inspite of a significantly lower GDPPC landlocked neighbour Mali greatly outperforms Senegal in solar energy diffusion in rural areas When compared to East Africa in particulat Uganda and Kenya the picture becomes even bleaker With the advantages and limitations of solar energy compared with its alternatives what is holding back widespread solar energy use in Senegal Read the article online About the authors Jasmien Bronckaers is Energy SME Development Specialist at GVEP International based in Dakar Senegal Luc Severi has experience in off grid renewable energy technologies in Mozambique and West Africa He has worked for the Rural Energy Foundation and social business SolarNow and is currently exploring the solar market in Liberia This article was originally published in The African Energy Journal August 2012 Vol 14 No 4 African

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  • UNEP's Global Trends in Renewable Energy Investment 2012 | GVEP International
    51 billion India however displayed the fastest expansion rate for investment of any large renewables market in the world in 2011 with a 62 increase to 12 billion One of the dominant features of the renewable energy landscape in 2011 was falling technology costs Photovoltaic module prices fell by close to 50 and onshore wind turbine prices by around 10 These changes brought these two leading renewable power technologies closer to competitiveness with fossil fuel alternatives such as coal and gas The other key feature was a weakening in policy support for renewable energy in many developed countries This reflected austerity pressures particularly in Europe and legislative deadlock in the US Congress Highlights from Latin American and African countries Compared with other developing regions of the world Latin America is far closer to achieving full energy access particularly to electricity Six Latin American countries expanded solar home systems which has resulted in the installation of more than 113 000 units in 2011 In Africa 8 432 new biogas plants were installed in nine countries in 2011 and production rates of biogas plants were up 100 compared to 2010 Download UNEP s Global Trends in Renewable Energy Investment The report was

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  • 9th SEE Congress & Exhibition on Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy (EE & RE) | GVEP International
    the energy efficiency e mobility and environmental services The Congress topics Financing of EE RES Projects Energy Efficiency RES Electricity Bio Energy Delegates will have also excellent opportunity to see at one place plenty of new products and services at the parallel EE RES and Waste Management Recycling Environment Exhibitions For 3 days Bulgaria will be a meeting point for professionals involved in energy efficiency and renewable energy who will join the 9th Congress on EE RES Its aim again will be to encourage the transfer of кnow how and stimulate the investments in South East European green energy sector The event will feature interesting sessions and discussions related to technology good practices financing business strategies and policy In view of the global changes the Exhibition on Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy EE RES will promote best environmental practices the implementation of which will decarbonize the local economy A strong international presence event format congress exhibition vast promotional support by 100 international and national media and branch associations will turn good ideas into real results Exhibitor Profile RES Bioenergy Geothermal Solar Thermal and PV Wind Energy Energy Efficiency Cogeneration Energy Efficient Equipment and Technologies in Industry and Construction Retrofitting of

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