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The EELA project has various stakeholders that need to be engaged at different stages of the project, and through different communications channels and tools. The advent of covid19 has also presented a different dimension to the project execution where physical meetings for agreeing on Drafts MEPS for lighting has been a challenge both at national and regional level.
EELA’s success hinges on its ability to keep a remarkably diverse and wide range of stakeholders informed and engaged throughout the project cycle. This entails undertaking simultaneously a mix of internal, advocacy and behavioural change communication efforts in the two regions and in countries where the policies in place and the awareness levels about energy efficiency differ greatly.
It is on this note that the EELA project hosted a series of webinars between September to December 2020 covering various topics. These include:
The objectives of the webinar series were: