The East African Centre of Excellence for Renewable Energy and Efficiency (EACREEE) and the International Centre for Hydropower (ICH) of Norway  have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to strengthen cooperation on Capacity Building for Sustainable of Small Hydropower Development in East Africa.  The MoU was signed by the ICH Managing Director Ms. Line Amlund Hagen and EACREEE Interim Executive Director Prof. Mackay Okure on 26th April 2019 and 17th May 2019, respectively.

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VIENNA, 6 May 2019, The non-availability of reliable and updated quality information and data is a major barrier for the uptake of sustainable energy technology markets and industries in developing countries.

Dar es Salaam, 11 February 2019,

Member States from EAC and SADC countries gathered for a two days consultation and validation workshop on a new project launched in the two regions promoting Energy Efficient lighting and Appliances.

28 February 2019, Kampala, Uganda.

The inaugural meeting of EACREEE’s Board of Directors closed with a strong commitment for scaling-up its operations. The Board approved internal rules and procedures including Financial Regulations and Rules, Staff Regulations and Rules, Procurement Manual, among others. The approval of these instruments makes it now possible for EACREEE to contract, receive and make payments, receive funds and do all things that a legal entity can do.


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