Programs and projects

H2 ATLAS-AFRICA: Atlas of Green Hydrogen Generation Potentials in Africa

The SADC Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (SACREEE) and the Southern African Science Service Centre for Climate Change and Adaptive Land Management (SASSCAL) are coordinating the H2 ATLAS-AFRICA project in the SADC region. The project is the first-phase of a joint initiative of the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and African partners in the Sub-Saharan region (SADC and ECOWAS countries) to explore the potentials of green hydrogen production from the enormous renewable energy sources within the sub-regions.

Renewable Energy Decision Support (REDS) Tools project

Accelerate Large-Scale Renewable Energy Deployment in Southern Africa by Bridging Analysis and Application Through Decision Support Tools.

SADC Renewable Energy Entrepreneurship Support Facility

The SADC Renewable Energy Entrepreneurship Support Facility is being implemented in the sixteen-member countries of the SADC and builds on the Memorandum of Understanding between SACREEE and the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), signed in February 2017, to support renewable energy market development in the SADC region through capacity building of small to medium sized entrepreneurs (SMEs).

Scaling up the Africa Clean Energy Corridor (ACEC) project

SACREEE has partnered with IRENA to scale up the Africa Clean Energy Corridor (ACEC) project. ACEC aims to accelerate the expansion of renewable electricity production, taking advantage of the continent’s enormous untapped potential and helping to sustain future growth through renewable power development zoning, planning processes, enabling mechanisms, capacity building and public information.

SADC Industrial Energy Efficiency Program (SIEEP)

SACREEE, with the support of the European Union Technical Assistance Facility (EU-TAF), is designing and developing a regional SADC Industrial Energy Efficiency Program (SIEEP), which is meant to support the implementation of the SADC Industrialization Strategy and Roadmap, 2015-2063.  SIEEP will contribute to the competitiveness of the industrial sectors of SADC Member States by building their capacity to adopt, invest and utilise energy efficient technologies and practices.  The target group are medium and large scale industries.

SACREEE Energy Efficiency Program

As part of the implementation of the REEESAP, SACREEE is strongly focusing on the development and implementation of a holistic regional energy efficiency program. The following Demand Side Management measures and Energy Efficiency Options in SADC have been identified and highlighted as critical:

Gender mainstreaming and Women in Sustainable Energy Program

The program contributes towards increased access to modern, affordable, and reliable energy services, energy security and environmental sustainability by tailoring national and regional policies, projects and programs to the energy needs of men and women. It also aims to foster womens economic empowerment through sustainable energy access.

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Events

Friday, April 24, 2020
The objective of the 3nd WEBINAR on the development of Harmonized MEPS was to: -  Present and...
Tuesday, February 11, 2020
The objective of the 2nd WEBINAR on the development of MEPS was to present and discuss the proposed...

Employment and Procurement

REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST - CONSULTING SERVICES

REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST - SACREEE Renewable Energy Expert

Vacancy Announcement: U4E Southern Africa Energy Efficiency Expert

Research Intern - SADC Grid Intergration

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