Webinar Series: Capacity Building and Learning on Solar Powered Water Systems
Solar Powered Water Systems (SPWS) in Humanitarian Context – Making Sense of SPWS Expansion - This webinar, second in the four-part series, will discuss the different parameters for solarization of existing water schemes in the humanitarian context. Water Mission International will introduce retrofitting existing water schemes into solar. Rocky Mountain Institute will discuss notions on overpumping and how to limit it. IOM UN Migration will then discuss the economic considerations for solar pumping schemes (eg. payback periods and cost savings). Read more...
Thursday, 28 Jan at 2:00 pm CET (Registration link)
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= Energy Sources =
=== Hydropower ===
=== Solar Energy ===
=== Biomass ===
=== Biogas ===
=== Wind Energy ===
=== Geothermal Energy ===
=== Fossil Fuels ===
= Key Problems of the Energy Sector =
= Policy Framework, Laws and Regulations =
=== General Energy Policy, Energy Strategy ===
=== Important Laws and Regulations ===
=== Specific Strategies ===
(Biomass, Renewable Energies, Rural Electrification, Energy Access Strategy etc.)
The '''Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC)''' has published the '''National Energy Effciency Action Plan (NEEAP)''' 2011-2015 in February 2012.<ref>NEEAP 2011-2015: http://lcecp.org.lb/img/userfiles/file/NEEAP%202012.pdf</ref> It presents 14 initiatives to increase energy efficiency across sectors. The initiatives include also the promotion of electricity generation by renewable energies ([[Portal:Solar|solar]], [[Portal:Wind|wind]], [[Portal:Hydro|hydro]], geothermal, waste to energy etc.). The NEEAP sets out the following targets: the growth rate of electricity consumption across sectors (industry, buildings, government, others & losses) should be reduced by 5% in 2020 compared to the base year 2010. This should result in a reduced energy intensity of 0.42 kWh/$ in 2020 compared to 0.44 in 2010.
= Institutional Set-up in the Energy Sector =
= Activities of Donors and Implementing Agencies =
= References =
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