In achieving its unique mandate in accelerating Inclusive and Sustainable Industrial Development, UNIDO recognizes access to sustainable energy for productive uses as a key catalyst for inclusive and sustainable economic development.
- Type:WebinarDate and time:Wednesday, May 6, 2015 - Wednesday, May 6, 2015 America/New YorkOrganiser:
- Type:OrganisationKnowledge partnerCountry of registration:KenyaRelation to CTCN:Network MemberKnowledge Partner
Carbon Africa’s mission is to catalyze climate action in Africa by providing policy, programme and project advisory services to public and private actors, with a focus on making things happen on the ground. The company offers services in project development, access to climate finance and impact monitoring, underpinned by efforts to support the enabling environment and build capacity. Carbon Africa is headquartered in Kenya with representation in Ethiopia, Mozambique and Rwanda.
Publicación: Buenas prácticas para el diseño e implementación de sistemas nacionales de monitoreo para la adaptación al cambio climáticoType:NewsPublication date:Objective:Sectors:Cross-sectoral enabler:
CTCN, UNEP DTU Partnership and CATIE have launched a new publication ‘Good practice in Designing and Implementing National Monitoring Systems for Adaptation to Climate Change’ in Spanish: Buenas prácticas para el diseño e implementación de sistemas nacionales de monitoreo para la adaptación al cambio climático.
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The Biomass Energy Sector Planning Guide provides practical, step-by-step guidance to set up efficient management structures for the biomass energy sector. The Guide is based on experiences of EUEI PDF and GIZ in Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Rwanda, Mozambique, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Nepal and Sierra Leone. Even though this guide is largely built on experience in Africa, it has relevance beyond Africa and the methodology can be applied in all countries where biomass is the main fuel for households and small enterprises.
- Type:OrganisationCountry of registration:PortugalRelation to CTCN:Network Member
Atlaspower is a company established in 2013 by Vitor Ribeiro, after 30 years working on the power, environmental and chemical recovery sectors of the Portuguese and Spanish pulp and paper heavy industry. Atlaspower's main targets are:
1. The development of power and energy efficiency projects, acting as IPP and/or ESCO, according to the circumstances, initially in the Iberian market, and specifically in Portugal, but the soonest extending this activity to Africa, beginning with Angola, Mozambique, Cape Verde, Guinea-Bissau and São Tomé e Principe; and
- Type:National PlanType of National plan:Objective:AdaptationMitigationSectors:Approach:Country:Mozambique
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Although grid electricity tariffs in Mozambique are currently set by the Ministry of Finance there is no regulation on tariff-setting for off-grid electricity generated from renewable energy sources. For the success of FUNAE (the Portuguese acronym for Mozambique National Fund for Rural Electrification) it is critical to have a tariff setting tool based on a detailed and accurate analysis of all the financial economic social and environmental aspects that directly influence the cost of providing electricity generated from renewable energy sources in off grid locations.
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The Private Financing Advisory Network (PFAN) is a successful public private partnership initiated by the Climate Technology Initiative (CTI) which acts as a financing coaching and investor matchmaking service to guide clean and renewable energy (CE/RE) projects to bankability and financial close. Services are provided to selected CE/RE projects in developing countries free of charge.
To expand and scale up PFAN activities in South Africa and to support expansion in Mozambique and Uganda
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The goal of this project is to reduce communities" vulnerability to the impacts of climate change, thus improving their well-being and protecting livelihoods. The project will promote mainstreaming or integrating vulnerability and adaptation to climate change into sustainable development plans and planning processes through pilot projects in Kenya, Mozambique and Rwanda. The objective of Rwanda"s pilot project is to improve management of hydropower potential.