Shining a light on new technologies

Once you've joined as a member, you can log in and explore the various projects highlighting renewable energy technologies in the project database. If you haven't yet registered on the site, you can visit the sample page to get a taste of a project listing.



Our members enjoy various opportunities for linking up, exploring synergies and estbalishing partnerships. Through their member profile in the capacity database, their contributions and experience can be presented to other stakeholders in the sector.


Working to address energy poverty

Fighting energy poverty means improved health, better education, less environmental degradation and increased economic activity and income. Learn about CONREMA's leading role in tackling this important issue.

Climate Change News

"Much more climate finance now"

"Even if all the pledged finance is raised, it would still be inadequate to finance a rapid transition to renewable energy globally, forest conservation as well as atmospheric greenhouse gas sequestration. The Hamburg-based World Future Council (WFC) estimates that globally, annual investment of $2 trillion is needed to retain a chance of keeping temperature rise below 1.5°C."

Climate-smart agricuture urgently needed in Africa

"AFRICA contributes only four percent of global greenhouse gas emissions, while six of the 10 most affected coiountries by climate change are in Africa, warns a major agricultural research for development partnership, while stressing the urgent need to scale up climate-smart agriculture, improve forestry and transform the productivity of water use".

Weathering violence of climate change

"With India experiencing its worst drought in 140 years, Indian famers have atken to the streets. At a protest in Madhya Pradesh this summer, police opened fire on farmers demanding debt relief and better crop prices, killing five. In Tamil Nadu, angry glowers have held similar protests and lit candles in remembrance of those killed. And at one rally in New Delhi, farmers who have committed sucide following devastating crop losses over the past six months".