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Angola: Construction of New Dams Increases Power Production

[ANGOP] Moçamedes -The completion of the construction of the Cambambe second power plant and its associated transportation system, as well as the continuity of execution of the main structuring projects, to start operating in the second half of this year, will allow the increase of electricity g

SAVES project winner at ECEEE conference

The Student Switch Off (SSO) campaign is an inter-dormitory energy-saving competition that has been running in the United Kingdom since 2006.

Cameroon: Livestock, Electricity - Govt Secures Over FCFA 260 Billion Loans

[Cameroon Tribune] The two separate loans from the World Bank will be used to carry out a livestock development project as well as the extension of electricity transmission lines in the country.

Uganda: UETCL Blames Project Delays On Long Land Acquisition Process

[Observer] The construction of a number of transmission lines remains delayed as government struggles to acquire land.

CommONEnergy policy factsheet: Cost-competitive deep renovation of shopping centres, a driver for EU policies

Publication / Report

The European project CommONEnergy, aimed at re-conceptualizing shopping centres through deep retrofitting, prepared a policy paper to highlight the important role these commercial buildings could have to reach European sustainability goals if properly included in the EU Directives.

West Africa: MRU Countries Launch Power Project

[LINA] The Mano River Union (MRU) countries of Liberia, Guinea, Cote d'Ivoire and Sierra Leone have launched an interconnection project to begin the physical construction of the 1,303 kilometre transmission line and sub-stations in member states.

Sustainable Energy Finance Update: Infrastructure Central to Renewable Energy Deployment and Access

The Global Infrastructure Forum 2017, which focused on the theme 'Delivering Inclusive, Sustainable Infrastructure,' provided a venue to discuss how multilateral development banks can best work with countries and the private sector to create markets for infrastructure projects.

Uganda: Donors Threaten to Withdraw Shs234 Billion for Power Project

[Monitor] Kampala -Donors have threatened to withdraw funding for construction of two high voltage electricity transmission line projects delayed due to lack of timely compensation of land owners.

Energy and Emissions: Mapping the Impacts (Webinar) - 23.05.2017


This BEA webinar is demonstrating how to measure the potential sustainability impacts of city policies and projects. Speakers are discussing how to find the estimated emissions reductions from policies intended for, or unrelated to, climate mitigation.

Sectoral Platform in Chemicals for Energy Efficiency Excellence (SPiCE3)

Web Resource

Launched in April 2013, the project has allowed companies to benefit from existing energy efficiency tools and exchange best practices during its initial 27-month EU-funded phase and continues to do so through its on-line platform and the network of SMEs established within the context of the project


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