African Electrotechnical Standardization Commission (AFSEC)
Commission électrotechnique africaine de normalisation
2008-02 Accra Ghana
Founded Feb 2008, Accra (Ghana), following collaborative effort among stakeholders since 2005, and underpinned by a Declaration of the Conference of African Ministers of Energy, 17 Feb 2008, Algiers (Algeria).
Identify existing standards and prioritize needs; harmonize existing standards through either adoption of international standards or - where necessary - their adaptation to African conditions; where necessary, identify draft standards to be developed by members for adoption; recommend harmonized standards for application by the appropriate bodies of the African Union.
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General Assembly/Council; Management Committee. Regions: West Africa; North Africa; East Africa; Southern Africa; Central Africa; D-XD6104 - Association of Power Utilities in Africa (APUA); E-XJ2251 - African Energy Commission (AFREC). Technical Committees; Secretariat.
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