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GOVERNANÇA ENERGÉTICA – MELHORAR A GOVERNANÇA DO SETOR ENERGÉTICO NA ÁFRICA OCIDENTAL (AGOSE)


Fonte de financiamento: 11º FED (CRIS ref: 39384)

Data da decisão: 30/11/2016 (FED/2016/039-384)

Orçamento total: 32 MEUR

Período de implementação: 60 meses a partir da data de entrada em vigor da FA

Agência Implementadora: CEDEAO, UEMOA, GiZ, LuxDev, NTU

Área geográfica: África Ocidental

Objetivos.

O objetivo específico da Ação é melhorar a governança regional do setor de energia para consolidar a fundação para permitir que os estados da África Ocidental atinjam os três objetivos da estratégia SE4ALL 2030: 1) Garantir o acesso universal a serviços energéticos modernos;

2) Duplicar a eficiência energética;

3) Dobrar a participação de

renováveis ​​no mix global de energia.

Resultados esperados:

Os resultados esperados são:

1) o estabelecimento de um quadro de políticas e planejamento estratégico no

nível;

2) a harmonização dos marcos institucionais, legislativos e regulatórios para incentivar

investimentos principalmente em energia renovável, eficiência energética e acesso universal à energia moderna;

3) further development of the regional electricity market by promoting primarily energy efficiency and other

renewables in the energy mix; and 4) capacity building of key sector players so that they can be more

effective in fulfilling their mission.

Main Activities:

· Regional Energy Policy Update, Strategic Analysis; Action plan, Reports Distribution; WAPP Masterplan;

Establishment of the regional energy database Information System for West Africa Energy (ISWAE);

· Creation of renewable energy corridors, institutional and regulatory framework of standards and certifications in RE & EE in buildings;

· National Variations of the regional energy policy; Standards and certifications in RE comprising bio-energy workshops; Standards and certification in EE in buildings workshops;

· Creation of a unified electricity market; Regulation of the unified electricity market; Operation and management of the unified electricity market; Support to the development of RES;

· Technical assistance; Development of market regulation; various trainings in RE & EE; developing the regionalisation of CERMI; Strengthening WAPP stakeholders; various studies, seminars, workshops, visibility/communication; making the various studies available to the countries and EUDs. Main Accomplishment to date:

· The AGoSE Global TA, awarded to NTU in May 2018, is ongoing and has so far delivered on the update of the policy; developed an outline of the Electricity Code; supported the launch of the electricity trading and continues to provide capacity buildi training/workshops to the ECOWAS MS entities in the sector. The 2nd Steering Committee Meeting took place on 16 Sep, 2019. The Beneficiary participated in the GTT meetings, which took place on 17-18 Sep, 2019. On both events, emphasis was given to the

slow pace in which the programme is progressing and the need to speed up the pace.

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