Regional ACP-EU Energy Facility Seminar – Nairobi

EF I Projects at mid-term: Implementation and achievements to date

23 - 24 March 2011
Jacaranda Hotel
Nairobi, Kenya
 

Programme and Presentations

23 March: The Energy Facility


Introduction

- Ongoing-planned EU funded actions in the energy sector in Kenya by Mr. Bernard Rey, Head of Operations, Delegation of the European Union to the Republic of Kenya
- Activities of the Government/donor coordination group in the energy sectorby Ms. Maitane Concellon, AFD (Agence Française de Développement), Chair of the group
 

Energy Facility I and II - Energy projects in ACP countries

- Power Pools projects, by Cristina Traini, DEVCO C7
- The Pooling Mechanism, by Cristina Traini, DEVCO C7
 

Progress and results till date of the Energy Facility I

- Presentation by Annegrete Lausten, Danish Energy Management
 

The Energy Facility experience in offering new services for final users / beneficiaries.

Technical solutions: Presentations by selected Energy Facility projects

 
Hydro-power: “HydroBioPower”, Ethiopia, by Stefano Stirpe, LVIA

Pico Hydro
: “Providing access to modern energy for northern Uganda (PAMENU)”, Uganda, by Oscar Onguru, GIZ

Biogas
: “HydroBioPower”, Ethiopia, by Stefano Stirpe, LVIA

Wind
: “Somalia Energy and Livelihood Project”, Somalia, by Patrick Balla, Adventist Development and Relief Agency

Solar PV
: “Promoting Use of Sustainable Energy in Wajir District”, Kenya, by Hassan Gabow, Arid Land Development Focus

Stoves and briquette making
: “Developing Energy Enterprise Project (DEEP)”, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, by Daniel Macharia, GVEP International

Biofuel – Jatropha
: “Upscaling access to integrated modern energy and services for poverty reduction”, Tanzania, by Leonard Pesambili, TaTEDO
 

24 March: Promotion of good practices in implementation of projects in the energy sector in ACP countries

Information and guidance on the Technical Assistance for Energy Facility Monitoring

- Presentation by Annegrete Lausten, Danish Energy Management
 

Procurement process

- Presentation by Morten Søndergaard, Danish Energy Management
- Procurement: “Somalia Energy and Livelihood Project”, Somalia by Minyu Mugambi, ADRA Somalia / ADRA UK
- Procurement: “Upscaling access to integrated modern energy and services for poverty reduction”, Tanzania by Minda Groeneveld-Jusay, HIVOS
 

Indicators of Energy Facility projects

- Presentation by Anise Sacranie, Danish Energy Management


Governance/policy

- Presentation by Annegrete Lausten, Danish Energy Management
- Governance: “Somalia Energy and Livelihood Project”, Somalia, by Patrick Balla, ADRA Somalia / ADRA UK
- Governance: “Up scaling the Smaller Biogas Plants for Agricultural Producers and Processes”, Kenya, by Prisca Githuka and Rodda Kilonsi, KENFAP
 

Sustainability and Replication beyond the end of the project

Community involvement

- Presentation by Morten Søndergaard, Danish Energy Management
- Community Involvement: “Providing access to modern energy for northern Uganda (PAMENU)”, Uganda, by Oscar Onguru, GIZ
- Community Involvement: “Community Assisted Access to Sustainable Energy (CASE) Project”, Rwanda, by Ndolomina Prudence, CARE International in Rwanda


Affordability/Willingness to pay for energy services

- Presentation by Annegrete Lausten, Danish Energy Management
- Affordability: “Best-Ray (Bringing energy services to Tanzanian rural areas)”, Tanzania, by Matteo Leonardi, Oikos East Africa


Incentives: Use of incentives to include energy as a promoter for local development

- Presentation by Anise Sacranie, Danish Energy Management
- Incentives: “Developing Energy Enterprise Project (DEEP)”, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, by James Wakaba, GVEP International
- Incentives: “Best-Ray (Bringing energy services to Tanzanian rural areas)”, by Elizabeth Ngajilo, Oikos East Africa

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