East African Centre of Excellence for Renewable Energy and Efficiency (EACREEE)
2016-06-11 Kampala Uganda
Proposed by Sectoral Council on Energy F-XD6196 - East African Community (EAC), Oct 2011. At a request from EAC Secretariat, B-XE3386 - UNIDO launched a 4-year project: 'Establishment and First Operational Phase of the East African Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (EACREEE)', 2014, sponsored by UNIDO, G-XJ1155 - Austrian Development Agency (ADA) and EAC. Interim entity 'Centre of Excellence for the East African Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency ' launched Jun 2016, Kampala (Uganda), at Makere University College of Engineering, Design, Art and Technology (CEDAT). Registered Mar 2018 as a not-for-profit organization limited by guarantee.
Create an enabling environment for renewable energy and energy efficiency markets and investments, so as to contribute to: increased access of modern, affordable and reliable energy services; energy security; mitigation of negative effect.
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