The following are some of the projects CREEC has implemented since January 2011

DFID African Clean Energy Research Alliance (ACERA); Africa Capacity building initiative, a partnership between the University of LEEDS, CREEC, Dar es Salaam Institute of Technology, Universite Marien Ngouabi Congo Brazaville
World Bank Willingness to pay and consumer acceptance assessment for clean cooking in Uganda; assessing stove performance
World Bank Biomass Energy Initiative for Africa (BEIA): Enabling market conditions through training of tinsmiths to produce, sell and market TopLit UpDraft (TLUD) gasifier cookstoves covering both technical as entrepreneurial skills
Envirofit International Qualitative and quatitative assessment of field performance and acceptability of envirofit stoves in Tanzanian households
Aberdeen University The Potential of Small-Scale Biogas Digesters to Alleviate Poverty and Improve Long Term Sustainability of Ecosystem Services in Sub-Saharan Africa
Wildlife Conservation Society – USAID Energy scoping study for Northern Uganda
European Union Learning Network for Sustainable Energy Systems (LeNSes), a multi polar network for curricular and lifelong learning capacity development focused on sustainable energy systems, design and engineering. A partnership of Polytechnico di Milano, Design department Italy, TU Delft Netherlands, Cape Penisula University of Technology SA, University of Nairobi Kenya, University of Botswana, Brunnel University UK, Makerere University-CREEC
GIZ Uganda Data collection and analysis on solar PV market in Uganda – Phase 1

Data collection and analysis on solar PV market in Uganda – Phase 2

 

EnDev Germany Stove testing and comparison of data between CREEC’s testing laboratory and a laboratory in the USA
UNOPS Up-scaling generation, commercialization and utilization of biomass waste-based green energy sources in Uganda with a focus on biogas and carbonized briquettes

 

WWF Uganda Country Office Site selection, feasibility study, design, installation, training and awareness campaigns for institutional biogas systems for schools

 

UNIDO Study to turn banana waste into energy

 

UN-Habitat Installation of a biogas digester at an abattoir

 

GIZ Uganda Study on challenges for private sector led investments in small scale renewable energy projects in Uganda

 

Symphasis Foundation & REPIC, Switzerland Sludge to Energy Enterprises Kampala: turning faecal sludge through drying and pelletizing in fuel for gasification technology to generate electricity (part of consortium)
Nordic Climate Fund Sustainable production and consumption of biofuel in Uganda (part of consortium)
UMEME (Uganda’s electricity distribution company) Review of investment plan for distribution network 2015-2020

 

Uganda Carbon Bureau Testing of a specific cookstove model and make for carbon credits

 

Various private sector and (inter)national NGOs from Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Dem. Republic of Congo, United States of America, Norway Testing of over 100 models of cookstoves varying from portable, stationary, wood, charcoal, micro-gasification and biogas stoves including energy efficiency, emission of pollutants and safety plus recommendations on product development and improvement

 

 

GIZ Kenya

SNV Dem. Republic of Congo

 

Stove testers and laboratory
Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves (GACC) Regional Testing and Knowledge Centre (RTKC) for cookstoves, a testing and stove development laboratory

Extension of the RTKC with additional equipment and activities

 

Various private sector Training of technicians in design, installation and maintenance of solar PV systems

 

UNIDO Solar powered business information centre and productive use units operated on renewable energy

 

Various private sector, both Ugandan and foreign Testing of solar PV systems and equipment
President of Uganda’s Office through CEDAT Phase 1: Promoting access to solar lamps for wealth and health; establishment of laboratory for solar PV equipment in accordance with Lighting Africa specification

Phase 2: Promoting access to clean energy including solar and biomass

Private Sector Foundation Uganda Feasibility studies and supervisory services during project implementation of hydro power projects ranging from 3 to 100 kW
SIDA Program Extending and enhancing research in renewable energy over a five year period (2010-2015)
Private Sector Foundation Uganda Energy verifications and audits
GIZ Uganda Training of local government officials in renewable energy and energy efficiency

 

Uganda National Council for Science and Technology (Government of Uganda & World Bank funding) Solar PV mini-grid, a solar PV powered kiosk renting out solar lamps and agro-processing services powered by gasification technology and training of energy entrepreneurs in business skills

 

Infectious Diseases Institute Energy audits and recommendations on energy savings and efficiency measures
EnDev Germany Stove testing and comparison of data between CREEC’s testing laboratory and a laboratory in the USA.
GIZ Uganda Data collection and analysis on solar PV market in Uganda – Phase 1.

Data collection and analysis on solar PV market in Uganda – Phase 2.

UNOPS Up-scaling generation, commercialization and utilization of biomass waste-based green energy sources in Uganda with a focus on biogas and carbonized briquettes.
WWF Uganda Country Office Site selection, feasibility study, design, installation, training and awareness campaigns for institutional biogas systems for schools.
UNIDO Study to turn banana waste into energy.
UN-Habitat Installation of a biogas digester at an abattoir
GIZ Uganda Study on challenges for private sector led investments in small scale renewable energy projects in Uganda
Symphasis Foundation &

REPIC, Switzerland

Sludge to Energy Enterprises Kampala: turning faecal sludge through drying and pelletizing in fuel for gasification technology to generate electricity (part of consortium)
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