Regional workshop "Building a Renewable Energy Data Framework"

17 May 2012| Articles


The workshop was held as part of the first phase of the REDAF project, with the aim to consult with selected pilot countries to assess the status of their data collection availability and needs, and in parallel work towards the design and validation of a draft standard renewable energy data reporting template, that will take into account regional approaches and specificities.

Agenda

Overview of the Renewable Energy Database Framework Initiative: Goals, Methodology and Scope

Mustapha Taoumi, IRENA

Session 1.1: Renewable Energy Data and Information: Status and Challenges

Renewable Energy Data & Information Collection Process in Morocco

Zohra Ettaik, Department of Energy and Mines, Morocco

Renewable Energy Data & Information Collection Process in Senegal (in French)
Ismaila Lo, Ministry of Energy and Mines, Senegal

Renewable Energy Data & Information Collection Process in Senegal

Martin Schöpe, Ministry of Environment, Germany

Session 1.2: “What Data and Information are Investors and Project Developers Seeking?”

Overview of Preliminary Research: Morocco case study

Lily Riahi, REN21

Overview of Moroccan Solar and Wind Markets (in French)

Amin Bennouna, AMISOLE

Presentation

Stefan Gsänger, WWEA

Session 2.1: Renewable energy data collection resources and challenges in OECD and developing countries and regional approaches

Renewable energy data collection resources and challenges in the Mediterranean basin - The case of the Mediterranean Solar Plan

Marc Strauss, UfM

Current situation on data collection in MENA countries
Maged K. Mahmoud, RCREEE

Current situation and perspectives in data collection in ECOWAS countries
David Vilar, ECREEE