Promotion – Renewable energies: Enda Energie-Sénégal honored – Lequotidien

Promotion – Renewable energies: Enda Energie-Sénégal honored – Lequotidien
Promotion – Renewable energies: Enda Energie-Sénégal honored – Lequotidien

The environmental NGO 350Africa.org has awarded awards to around ten actors who promote renewable energies, including Enda Energie-Sénégal.

By Dialigué FAYE – As part of a week-long event called AfrikaVuka week, 350Africa.org partnered with groups across the AfrikaVuka network to recognize and award trophies to actors who have advanced the defense of renewable energy, built or supported community-focused renewable energy projects or solutions across the continent. Among these community renewable energy heroes is Enda Energie-Sénégal, “an organization that has brought sustainable energy solutions to communities with projects such as Progres Lait, B Energy and Improved Stoves.” “These awards highlight the growing movement in favor of renewable energies which is taking root in Africa under the leadership of populations.

Communities are actively rejecting fossil fuels and embracing the development of safe, reliable and decentralized renewable energy systems. Thanks to the concerted efforts of all stakeholders, a future powered by renewable energy, with universal access to clean energy, is within reach,” explains the Regional Director of 350Africa.org, Landry Ninteretse, via a press release . For Mr. Ninteretse, “Africa can contribute significantly to the global goal of tripling renewable energy capacity, if governments and financial institutions prioritize renewable energy initiatives and provide the necessary financing to support the development of renewable energies and a fair transition away from fossil fuels.

But does he consider it necessary to “invest massively in energy renewables and establish a favorable regulatory framework to address the climate crisis and meet energy needs in Africa.
The process, according to the NGO, “consisted of a nomination exercise during which members of the public identified key players.

During this rigorous selection process, a committee shortlisted outstanding candidates who will be recognized for their contribution to community-centered, equitable and affordable sustainable energy access in Africa. The winners represented 7 categories including individuals, grassroots community groups, institutions and innovation centers from 10 countries on the continent.
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