Tanzania: Consultancy for the World Bank, May – June 2013
Tanzania Market Intelligence survey for Lighting Africa Initiative.
Analysis of the energy sector in Tanzania: energy policy, available technologies, supply and demand related to Lighting Africa Initiative. Lighting Africa will directly contribute to the Millennium Development Goals and is a cornerstone of the World Bank’s Clean Energy and Development Investment Framework and the Africa Energy Access Scale-up Plan Status report on the lighting alternatives in the country with focus to the bottom of the pyramid population.
World Bank: Mr. Clifford J. Aron: email@example.com
Regional Economic Communities (East African Community: CEPGL, EGL, COMESA, NELSAP): Consultancy for the World Bank, November – December 2012
Consulting the World Bank on energy policy and advisory and strategy.
Assisted the World Bank task teams in political and strategic review of the energy projects and programs and facilitated understandings and agreements between relevant parties to advance the projects within the RECs and the Regional Power Pools starting with the Eastern and the Southern Africa regions and coming up with a proposal on the course of action that would enhance acceleration of the projects.
This covered discussions with Governments (Ministers of Energy and their respective technical teams), experts that are carrying out studies (where relevant) and any other Institutions and Bodies that are involved in these projects. Identified new energy related initiatives (purely public, total private, or a mix) within the RECs and individual countries that in one way or the other attributed to the WB strategy of advocating for increased energy access especially in Sub Sahara Africa.
World Bank: Vijay Iyer: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mozambique, Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, Ethiopia: Consultancy for the World Bank, January 2010 – March 2012
Provision of advice to different countries and RECs including Burundi, Tanzania, Zambia, EAC, COMESA, CEPGL, EGL, NELSAP.
Coordinating the Forum for African Energy Ministers focusing on Mozambique, the host of the Forum and Egypt, the new host. Organisation of the Ministerial conference on Climate Change and Regional Integration.
World Bank: Vijay Iyer, World Bank Washington, email@example.com