SADC Energy Protocol

Last updated: 4 December 2015

The SADC Energy Protocol is a regional framework for energy cooperation among  Sounthern African countries whose objectives include

(1)  harmonization of energy policies, strategies and programmes

(2) cooperation in development of energy and energy pooling,

(3) cooperation in the development of energy sub-sectors

(4) ensuring provision of reliable aand sustainable energy service,

(5) development of human resources

(6) cooperation in human resource development, research, adaptation, dissemination and transfer of low cost energy technologiesand

(7) standardization of in appropriate energy development and technoilogy.

Topics
  • Renewable Energy
Policy types
  • Strategic planning
Sectors
  • Multi-sector
Technologies
  • Multiple renewable technologies
Source
  • IEA/IRENA Renewables Policies Database