Based on capacity needs assessments, bilateral meetings with major stakeholders and co-benefits council workshops, new Co-benefits assessment reports will be developed for Kenya.
Our IKI partner project Ambition to Action (A2A) has published the following co-benefits reports for Kenya:
- The role of geothermal and coal in Kenya’s electricity sector and implications for sustainable development
- The role of renewable energy mini-grids in Kenya’s electricity sector
For further information, please click here.
Two country-specific training seminars for Kenya are planned for phase 2 of the COBENEFITS programme. Due to international uncertainties relating to the COVID-19 disease, the face-to-face trainings will be conducted virtually until further notice. Specific dates and topics will be announced during the course of the project. Check here regularly for updates on forthcoming activities and trainings in Kenya.
|Date||Topic||Duration||Deadline for application||Online Application|
|06 – 08 December 2021||Methods and tools for quantifying and communicating co-benefits of renewable energy in Kenya (tbc)||3 half-days||tba||Open in 2021|
|March 2022||The social performance of renewable energy projects in Kenya||3 half-days||tba||Open in 2022|