ECOWAS Moves to Validate its Policy to Promote Gender Equality through Energy Access

The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), through its Regional Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (ECREEE) and Department of Social Affairs and Gender is organizing a regional Gender and Energy workshop to validate its Policy for Gender Mainstreaming in Energy Access.

ECREEE and UNIDO organize Special ECOWAS Session at the SE4ALL Forum in New York

ECOWAS Regional Sustainable Energy Policies supporting national SE4ALL Actions

ECOWAS Regional Sustainable Energy Policies supporting national SE4ALL Actions

Sheraton Hotel, Time Square, New York

18 May, 14:40 to 15:55

NEW ECOWAS PROJECT - ECOLink - TO BE IMPLEMENTED IN ECREEE

The ECOLink Project was initiated Mid 2014 with the main purpose of transforming and improving key operations within the ECOWAS Community.

A very important aspect of ECOLink project is SAP Public Sector Information System implementation and associated business and organizational changes.

ECREEE’s Technical Assistance was requested for the Elaboration of an Action Plan Framework on the Biochar System for the Biochar Plus Project

At the annual meeting of the Biochar Plus Project, held in Kumasi, Ghana from March 2 to 5, 2015, ECOWAS Center for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficient (ECREEE) was requested to lead the elaboration of an action plan framework for the promotion of biochar system in four African countries, namely Togo, Ghana, Ethiopia and Zimbabwe.

#Standtall:ECREEE launches campaign to encourage young women to pursue careers in the energy sector

The ECOWAS Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (ECREEE) is launching a global campaign, dubbed “#Standtall” to raise awareness of the under-utilized potential of women in the energy sector.