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Kenya second National Round Table energy report

The 2nd National Round Table Forum on “Energy accessibility & efficiency in Kenya” was held on March 10th at the Nairobi Campus of Moi University in the framework of the ENRICH & SUCCEED Network ACP S&T and ACP Edulink projects. The event was jointly organized by Moi University, African Virtual University and the Ministry of Education, Science & Technology, Kenya.

Tanzania National Round Table Report “Linking Energy Efficiency and Stakeholders’ Daily Activities”

The 2nd National Round Table Forum on “Linking Energy Efficiency and Stakeholders’ Daily Activities” was held on March 29th and 30th at Adrian Mkoba Secondary School in Morogoro, Tanzania, in the framework of the ACP S&T project ENRICH & the Edulink project SUCCEED Network.

National Round Table Report "Enhancing Energy Accessibility & Efficiency in Uganda: What Energy options should we prioritize?"

The 2nd National Round Table Forum on Energy “Enhancing Energy Accessibility & efficiency in Uganda: what energy options should we prioritize?” was held on March 7th at Makerere University in Kampala, in the framework of the ACP S&T project ENRICH & the Edulink project SUCCEED Network.

ENRICH Comparative Analysis & Recommendations Report

As part of implementation of the ENRICH project, a benchmarking survey of Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) institutions in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda was conducted in July-December 2014, targeting key energy sector stakeholder institutions including Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) and Other Institutions (OIs). This activity looked at the innovation ecosystem in the East Africa - STI policies, initiatives and support services.

National Round Table “ENERGY ACCESSIBILITY & EFFICIENCY IN UGANDA” Report

The 1st National Round Table Forum on “Energy in Uganda” was held on June 30th at Makerere University in Kampala, in the framework of the ACP S&T project ENRICH & the Edulink project SUCCEED Network. The aim of the event was to bring together the main stakeholders in the field of energy in Uganda.

National Round Table “ENERGY ACCESSIBILITY & EFFICIENCY IN TANZANIA” Report

The 1st National Round Table Forum on “Energy Accessibility and Efficiency in Tanzania” was held on August 2nd at Mzumbe University in Morogoro, in the framework of the ACP S&T project ENRICH & the Edulink project SUCCEED Network.The aim of the Round Table was to bring together the main stakeholders in the field of energy in Tanzania. 

National Round Table Forum “ENERGY ACCESSIBILITY & EFFICIENCY IN KENYA” Report

The National Round Table Forum “Energy accessibility & efficiency in Kenya” was held on May 3rd 2016 at the Nairobi Campus of Moi University. It was organized in the framework of the ENRICH & Succeed Network ACP S&T and ACP/Edulink projects. The aim of the event was to bring together the main stakeholders in the field of energy in Kenya (including higher management and researchers from Higher Education Institutions, research & project managers, policy makers, managers from energy industries, experts) to exchange ideas and discuss energy issues at a national level in Kenya.

ACP FACTSHEET

This publication has been produced with the assistance of the ACP Secretariat and the European Union.

Climate Innovation Center (CIC): A Business Plan for the financing and implementation of a CIC in Kenya

Green Growth and Climate Technology Innovation Economies around the world are re-orientating towards low-carbon, green growth paths. Technology, and its deployment and diffusion, is acknowledged as a key factor in efforts to mitigate and adapt to the current and future impacts of climate change. Therefore, accelerating innovation and technology transfer is in global focus. As an economic hub of East Africa, Kenya is a key stakeholder in this effort.

Africa competitiveness report 2013

The Africa Competitiveness Report 2013 comes at a time of growing international attention on Africa as an investment destination and increasing talk of an African economic renaissance. Under the theme Connecting Africa’s Markets in a Sustainable Way, this year’s report explores how Africa can connect its markets and communities through increased regional integration as a key to raising competitiveness, diversifying its economic base and creating jobs for its young, fast-urbanizing population.

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