Paris, France: 27th- 28th Nov 2014. Panel participation for OECD on The Nexus in the post 2015 Development Agenda
OECD Simon Upton Director; Directorate of Environment Simon.Upton@oecd.org The session explored how the nexus approach could inform ongoing discussions regarding the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). In the outcome document of the Rio+20 conference, water, energy and land feature as priority areas for the formulation of SDGs. The sustainable use and management of water, energy and […]
Kenya Power and lighting Co.ltd Network servicesSupervision of the ongoing substation projects in the region to ensure that they are completed.Coordination of System outages to include the new substations and equipment in to network.Maintenance of primary and secondary substations.Approval of substation layout plans construction plans based on international standards and laid out specifications.Grading of protection […]
EU Delegation office in Asmara Mr Marc Debruycker Marc.debruycker @eeas.europa.eu AESG carried out defining the content of possible cooperation (through the new NIP and programs pre-identification) with Eritrea in the energy sector and especially in the areas of access to energy, renewable energy development and Energy Efficiency; A draft of the energy part of the […]
Great Lakes Countries; (Burundi DRC & Rwanda): 17th Dec 2014 to 25th April 2015 . Promoting private investment in renewable energy in the framework of the SE4ALL initiative
EU – BizClim And AETS France Ms Magdalena Wankowicz firstname.lastname@example.org AESG led the team that did the intervention aimed to promote the development of private investment in the field of renewable energy in three countries of the Great Lakes region (Burundi, DRC, Rwanda). More precisely, the intervention is to identify the key factors, which hinder […]
Kigali, Rwanda: 30th April – 30th May 2015 . Capacity Building planning under the SE4All – 11th EDF EU support programme to Rwanda
EU Commission in Rwanda Mr Marc Buchmann Marc.BUCHMANN@eeas.europa.eu AESG identified capacity gaps in all Institutions relevant to the Energy sector in the country. These included the Rwanda Energy Group (Energy Utility and Energy Development Departments), Regulatory Authority, Environment Authority, Private Sector Federation, Rwanda Development Board, Rwanda Bureau of Statistics, as well as the Department of […]
Zanzibar, Tanzania: 30th May – 30th June 2015. AESG led in the proposed projects for Zanzibar Renewable Energies and Energy Efficiency Programme
Suez Environment (Safege SAS) Brussels Mr Aaron Imperiale Aaron.IMPERIALE@safege.com AESG was engaged in working on the preparation of the bid which involved the entire methodology; rationale, strategy, Work scheduling and Logframe. That task also involved a brief visit to Zanzibar to collect the country energy sector background information.
EU Energy Initiative Partnership Dialogue Facility Mr David Otieno email@example.com The task AESG was involved in was the moderation of High Level Panel and “invite only” audience on the “Harmonization and coordination of Pan-African and international energy initiatives – How to foster coherence among key energy actors in Africa”
Asmara, Eritrea: 1st July – 30th August 2015. Lead the World Bank study on the Readiness for Investments in Sustainable Energy (RISE)
Greenmax Capital Advisors/ World Bank Mr Aron Clifford firstname.lastname@example.org AESG carried out the task involved in the empirical fact finding on the status of the country response to the SE4ALL objectives (Energy Access, Increased RE contribution and Energy Increased Efficiency). Interviewees included the Ministry responsible for Energy, Private Sector Actors in REs, Households (rural and […]
Nairobi, Kenya: 27th – 28th August 2015. AESG Chaired and Moderated the East African Power Industry Convention (EAPIC)
Spintelligent: East African Power Industry Convention (EAPIC) Ms Natalie Bacon Natalie.Bacon@spintelligent.com AESG carried out the task of moderating the presentations, discussions and strategic networking of different stakeholders in the sector including investors, manufacturers, project managers, policy makers, power utilities, and energy specialists from the region and beyond.