Programs and projects

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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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:

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.

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.

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Employment and Procurement

IRENA/ ADFD Project Facility - 7th Cycle Call for Proposal

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