J-CCCP Partners with Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre for Bio-energy CourseFeb 9, 2017
In August, 2016 with financing from UNDP’s Japan-Caribbean Climate Change Partnership (J-CCCP) Project and GIZ’s Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Technical Assistance (REETA), the Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre launched a Bioenergy Course.
With the expressed aim of supporting the further development of technical institutes and promoting regional networking in the education sector as well as sector-crossing with industry, this program focusses on the expansion and provision of trainings and continuing education in the field of renewable energies and energy efficiency at Caribbean University as well as at technical institutions. At the micro level, the program promotes model projects including bioenergy with high visibility and replicability. It is an overall project objective to contribute to secure the energy supply and to stabilize energy costs in the Caribbean region in the long-term.
To ensure knowledge sharing, all course materials are now available online. .