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Expert Advisory Services for Renewable Energy (RE) Integration and Smart Grid

Global  |  Energy and Climate

SECO in the recent years made a strategic shift to end direct infrastructure financing except for innovative pilot projects, and to focus on technical assistance and institutional and capacity development to make best use of its grant funding modality.

South-South exchange and capacity building to advance mini hydro for climate and economic resilience

Global  |  Energy and Climate

The various “SEEED (Social Enterprise for Energy, Ecological and Economic Development)” E-Learning modules on different mini-hydropower related topics had been supported by GIZ, by DGRV (German Cooperative and Raiffeisen Confederation as well as Skat Foundation. Each module includes recordings of the live weekly Q&A sessions, pre-recorded video tutorials, supplementary material, and quizzes.

Zero Emission Buildings China (ZEB China)

China  |  Building and Settlement

The project supports the decarbonization of China’s building sector, which is the biggest in the world, with Switzerland’s leading know-how on sustainable construction working with Chinese partners on upgrading building standards, advising demonstration projects and enhancing capacities of local authorities, professionals as well as university students.

AGUASAN Workshop Series

Switzerland  |  Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH)

AGUASAN is an interdisciplinary Swiss community of practice (CoP) bringing together a wide range of specialists to promote wider and deeper understanding of key issues in water and sanitation in international cooperation.

SDC Backstopping Mandate for Water

Switzerland  |  Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH)

Through the SDC’s global programmes, Switzerland aims to establish universally recognized standards helping to resolve global challenges at the core of sustainable development. Against this backdrop, the Global Programme Water (GPW) contributes to the reduction of global water-related risks and the realisation of a water-secure world.

Quality check of mini hydro feasibility studies under the project “Private Sector Participation in Micro-Hydro Power Supply for Rural Development, Rwanda”

Rwanda  |  Energy and Climate

The PSP Hydro project, carried out in the framework of the Energising Development (EnDev) Rwanda programme, aims to provide access to electricity for approximately 20.000 people and to enable small and medium-sized businesses to install and sustainably operate micro hydropower plants.

Central project evaluation of the project “Programme for sustainable energies, Senegal”

Senegal  |  Energy and Climate

The approach of this program is to support the Senegalese government in exploiting the potential of renewables for electricity production and, at the same time, to use the available energy in a more efficient way and engage the private sector.

Central project evaluation of two projects “Energy Efficiency in Morocco” and “Employment promotion through energy efficiency (EE) and renewable energies (RE) in mosques”

Morocco  |  Energy and Climate

Preparation and implementation of online workshops and interviews, verification of several hypotheses selected from the results matrix (Theory of Change), SMART analysis of indicators, application of efficiency tool based on cost data, etc.; reporting on both evaluations with due regard to the requirements of GIZ.

International Support for Village Renewable Energy Survey for Afghanistan – focus on Micro Hydropower (MHP)

Afghanistan  |  Energy and Climate

Only one third of the population of Afghanistan has access to electricity; hence, The Afghanistan Ministry of Energy and Water (MEW), aims to meet the energy demands across the country by supporting and encouraging the use of Renewable Energy (RE). The GIZ Program’s Output 4 is mainly addressing climate change as well as boosting the productive use of renewable energy in Afghanistan through sustainable energy and ecosystem management.

Environmentally compatible hydroelectricity for small businesses and rural households – Madagascar

Madagascar  |  Energy and Climate

Based on a preliminary study from 2013 and a feasibility study carried out by AIDER in 2019, a detailed design study of the project is developed for the Small Hydroelectric Power Plant (PCH) of Mandialaza. The role of Skat is to accompany the different stages of the work and provide the necessary technical support to ensure the quality of the study, with a focus on the hydrology and civil engineering parts as well as hydraulic- engineering structures up to the turbine.

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