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.


All the issues regarding reafforestation.

Lake Basin Programme in afforestation drive

Malawi Lake Basin Programme (MLBP) monitoring and evaluation (M&E) officer Mwabi Sichinga: "Malawi Lake Basin works in collaboration with the Department of Forestry to ensure that more trees survive. For example, last year about 1,2 million trees were planted and slightly above one million trees survived".

MLBP "plans to plant about one million trees of complementing goverment`s efforts in arresting deforestation and mitigate the effects of climate change".

Restoring Mudi catchment area Source: The Nation Feb 1, 2017

Blantyre City residents on Saturday planted 1600 trees in Mudi catchment area in an attempt to bring back the glory of Blantyre Water Board (BWB) Mudi Dam. The trees were jointly planted by BWB officials, Ndirande community, Friends of Chinyonga, Association of Environmental journalists, Mbaula Nertwork, Youth in Action, Ecobank, among many others. 

Mum dates trees

Musicans Union of Malawi (Mum) Southern Chapter chairperson Papa Mtume: "The vice has culminated in climate change, soil erosion and floods. As artists, we devised a way to reduce the impact of climate change by planting 1 000 trees. The trees might not benefit us but future generations".

"About 100 artists will take part in the exercise."