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A Regional Strategy for Research and Promotion of Low Carbon Energy – Preliminary Results of the CEREEECA project survey planning.

Forum Régional du CTCN pour les Entités Nationales Désignées Région- Afrique Francophone, Dr Blaise Mempouo , ARPEDAC

 

 

The first regional forum on: “Sustainable Development in Central Africa: linking climate changes’ mitigation and energy security.”

(Note: most presentations are in French )

Day 1-  Jour 1 –

Session 1.1 Changements climatiques et Acces a l’Energie

1.1 Introduction,   Minister of Environment of Cameroun and  ARPEDAC
1.1 Energie et Changement ClimatiqueDr. Joseph KENFACK
1.1 Negociations sur le ClimatCarelle Mang-Benza, Technical Officer UNFCCC 
1.1 Opportunités pour les villes durables, Dr. B Mempouo, Director of ARPEDAC 

Session 1.2 Architecture d’Attenuation

1.2 Atouts du MDPCarelle Mang-Benza, Technical Officer UNFCCC 
1.2 FAO_Surveillance des forêts & Mesure, Notification, Vérification des GES pour REDD+Achille MOMO FAO
1.2 Linkages CDM_PoA_NMM_NAMA_KusumKusum lata, Team Lead, Regional Collaboration centre, Lomé. Togo
1.2 LULUCF-sector-V3-FRPanna Siyag , UNFCCC Secretariat, Bonn
1.2 Presentation du CTCNLibasse BA, ENDA Energie

Session 1.3 : Workshop /Ateliers

 1.3 Workshop 1 – Atelier 1 sur les PoA
1.3 Atelier 2 – Travaux

 Session 1.4: MDP en Afrique centrale

1.4 Adama Présentation MDP,  M, ADAMA SAIDOU, DPDD/MINEPDED
1.4 Burundi expérience du Burundi dans les PoA, Evariste Sinarinzi, DNA-Burundi
1.4 Durando Experience du projet Nuru et le MDP,  Durando Ndongsok, S2 Services Sarl
1.4 HYSACAM MDPBruno DJIETCHEU
1.4 Sao Tome ATELIER REGIONAL SUR LE CLIMAT ET ENERGIE EN, M. Pires dos Santos, Abenilde, MDP À S.TOMÉ ET PRINCIPE

 Day 2-  Jour 2 –

Session 2.1: Technologies d’attenuation

 2.1 Programme EE ONU-Habitat , Dr Vicent Kitio, UN-Habitat 
2.1 Technologies de la sous-région, Dr Blaise Bignom 
2.1 Valorisation of biomass residuesProf. Uphie Chinje Melo, Dr. Ndigui Billong

 Session 2.2: Efficacite Energetique

2.2 ARSEL-Présentation Yaoundé Palais des Congrés 23.07.2014, M. Ahmadou BOUBA OUMAROU , Sous-Directeur du Suivi des Politiques et Programmes de Développement, ARSEL

2.2 INITIATIVE DE LA FRANCOPHONIE POUR DES VILLES DURABLES, M. Jean-Pierre Ndoutoum, Spécialiste de programme, IFDD

2.2 Intégration des mesures d’efficacité énergétique et de conservation des ressources dans les normes de construction au Cameroun M. Sipliant TAKOUGANG Coordonnateur  National du Programme de Gouvernance Urbaine, MINHDU

2.2 Projet ONUHabitat MiHDU)  , Dr. Vincent Kitio, Chef, Unité Énergie Urbaine, Département des Services Urbains de Base ONU-Habitat

2.2 Technologies à faibles émissions de GES pour l’Habitat DurableDr. Blaise Mempouo, ARPEDAC 

Session 2.3: Integration Regionale

2.3. LE POOL ENERGETIQUE DE L’AFRIQUE CENTRALEM. MAVOULA Pascal Assistant Technique du SP/PEAC

2.3. Regional The Need of a Centre of Excellence, Dr Blaise Mempouo, ARPEDAC 

2.3. Synhtèse_Rapport d’état des lieux,

 Session 2.3 : Workshop -2 /Ateliers-2 – Centre Regional

 Groupes des travaux  –

Day 3-  Jour 3 –

Session 3.1 Montage financier des projets ER

3.1 ABREC-presentation 23 04 14M. Sylvain FEDY, Analyste Financier, Chef Division Administrative et Financière

3.1 Investissement ERDr KAMDEM Maxime, Economiste de l’énergie

3.1 SE_Bridging The Gap_S2_1Marcus Gavey

Session 3.2 Financements climatiques

ReeeINVEST_AtelierCEEAC-Yaounde-CM, M. Hervé AZEMTSA, Managing Director, S2 Services Sarl
Loan Scheme, M. Kusum lata, Team Lead, Regional Collaboration centre, Lomé
Workshop cameroun Appels à projets, M. Pape demba Ndiaye, Technical Officer, Centre Régional de Collaboration BOAD-UNFCCC
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