On September 10 2020, the Ministry of Science and Technology, Higher Education and Technical Professional organised the Workshop on the implementation of the Mozambican solar thermal roadmap.
UNIDO reinforced its commitment to the promotion and dissemination of integrated renewable energy systems, financing the Community T@blet initiative of KAMALEON.
The Coalition brings together over 100 leading renewable energy players including private sector companies, industry associations, civil society, research institutes and intergovernmental organisations, and ALER is now one of them!
The project “Strengthening Access to Sustainable Energy to Boost Income-Generating Activities in Monte Trigo” is a local and community development initiative aimed at empowering and strengthening the capacities of AGRIPESCA, Monte Trigo Community Development Association through joint implementation strategic activities.
Read more about the last AMER webinar under the theme “Applications of Renewable Energies in the Commercial and Industrial Sectors (C&I)”, and don't miss the next on 13th October about “Mini-Grids in Mozambique”.
On September 30, the long-awaited launch of the Renewable Energy Auctions Program in Mozambique (PROLER) took place. This program was developed by the Ministry of Mineral Resources and Energy (MIREME) with the support of the European Union in the framework of private investment promotion to increase power generation capacity in the country. It consists of structuring projects for public tenders in an auction system to award concessions for power production from renewable energy sources.
The Santomean State, and its Government, welcomes these efforts and opening up of our partners and reiterates its willingness to receive and embrace the different initiatives, and to facilitate the promotion and implementation of a favourable political environment for a national energy sector market whose production is intended to be sustained, at least 50%, by renewable energy sources in the year 2030.
On 17 November at 3 pm (UTC + 1 - Portugal time), ALER in partnership with the Ministry of Public Works, Infrastructure, Natural Resources and the Environment (MOPIRNA) will organize the webinar “Sustainable Energy in São Tomé and Príncipe”.
One of the main challenges in the energy sector in São Tomé and Príncipe was the scarce and little disseminated information on the energy sector. To address this need, MOPIRNA/DGRNE with support from the GEF/UNIDO project, has developed a website which will include an integrated Energy Sector Database and Information System.
Angola is carrying out several initiatives that make it possible to identify the country as a market with several investment opportunities in renewable energy. This is the case with two new private projects in renewable energy.