Third round of EEP Calls for proposals is now open to receive applications for grants. More information in the announcement attached and at www.eepafrica.org.
E-consultation on defining energy access, co-hosted by HEDON is resuming with new topics:
What are appropriate indicators for measuring energy access and how can they be prioritised? Mon. 4th – Sun. 10th April, and How can energy service data be collected and tracked? Mon. 11th – Fri. 15th April .
For further details please visit www.hedon.info/PAGIZMarch2011 and join
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The Rural Energy Agency in Tanzania invites qualified wind power projects developer for supply and installation of wind turbines in Makambako, Karatu, Mkumbara, Singida, Mafia and Rukwa sites in Tanzania.
More details in the file attached.
As you may know, the Roundtable on Sustainable Biofuels announced the official kick-off of its certification system on March 23, 2011 at World Biofuels Market in Rotterdam. Please find attached the official Press Release.
Additional news and press releases from RSB partners and members (including Boeing, UNEP, WWF, NWF, CI and IUCN) are available at www.rsb.org
|Nairobi, Kenya — ESI-AFRICA.COM — 18 March 2011 – First power from Kenya’s 300MW Lake Turkana wind project ‒ the largest of its kind in Africa ‒ has been pushed back slightly because of delays in obtaining the necessary government guarantees.
In January the Kenyan government finally provided letters of support from the ministry of finance, giving its backing to lenders for the 560 million euro (US$784 million) project.
|Suitable candidates are hereby invited to apply for the post of Hydropower Expert who will serve the Greening the Tea Industry in East Africa (GTIEA) Project, located in Mombasa, Kenya.
The GTIEA Project is a Global Environment Facility supported project being co-implemented by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the African Development Bank (AfDB), and executed by the East African Tea Trade Association (EATTA).
The Project aims to increase investments in small hydropower projects in tea industries in East Africa and thereby reduce cost of electricity, increase supply reliability and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The details on the scope of work are available on the website.
Minimum Qualifications & Experience
Expected salary of USD 5,000 — 5,500 only per month consolidated depending on qualifications and experience.
Non-Kenyans are tax exempted.
The term of the job shall be to July 2011, with the possibility of extension.
Applicants should send a cover letter stating dearly their suitability for the position substantiated by past experience and a completed application form (available on the website), to reach the undersigned not later than 25th June, 2010 at the following contact address:
East African Tea Trade Association — (GTIEA) Project,
P.O. Box 85174— 80100, Mombasa — Kenya
Tel.: +254-41-231941617 Fax: +254-41-2319417
Email: email@example.com and/or firstname.lastname@example.org
Only short-listed applicants shall be notified