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LEAP-RE - Europa-Afrika Partnerschaft für Erneuerbare Energie

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LEAP-RE seeks to create a long-term partnership of African and European stakeholders in the field of renewable energy. Within 5 years, LEAP-RE (The „Long term Europe Africa Partnership on Renewable Energy“) will support collaborative research and innovation projects, as well as develop renewable energy related innovations directly as part of the project. LEAP-RE is based on the expertise of 83 organisations on both continents and from all sectors: government, research and academia, private sector and civil society. Together, they will share knowledge and methods to effectively contribute to fighting climate change while enabling access to clean energy for all.

The whole budget of the programme is around 32 Million Euros, including 15 Million from the EC.  LEAP-RE is structured around three Pillars: Pillar1, the focus of this call, comprises the implementation of transnational proposals for research, innovation and capacity building, funded by national/regional funding agencies and by the European Commission; Pillar2, is a cluster of individual R&I and capacity building projects implemented by members of the consortium, whilst Pillar3 focuses on program management and the design of a long term AU – EU strategic partnership on renewable energy.

Quelle: LEAP-RE Redaktion: von Sonja Bugdahn, DLR Projektträger Länder / Organisationen: Ägypten Algerien Angola Äthiopien Benin Botsuana Burkina Faso Côte d'Ivoire Gambia Ghana Kamerun Kenia Libyen Mali Marokko Namibia Niger Nigeria Region Ostafrika Region südliches Afrika Region Westafrika Ruanda Senegal Somalia Südafrika Tansania Togo Tunesien Zentralafrikanische Republik Belgien Deutschland Finnland Frankreich Italien Norwegen Portugal Rumänien Slowakei Spanien Vereinigtes Königreich (Großbritannien) Global Themen: Energie Ethik, Recht, Gesellschaft Förderung Physik. u. chem. Techn. Umwelt u. Nachhaltigkeit Wirtschaft, Märkte

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