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Successful promotion of energy efficient lighting bases upon the capacities of organizations (e.g. ministries, energy provider) and individuals (e.g. technicians, light planners, administrator or as well students and future technicians) to plan and implement measures and technologies.
To assess existing capacities, it is worthwhile to analyze the skills and knowledge of relevant actors first, before designing seminars and trainings. While designing capacity building measures, differentiation of measures for decision-makers and practitioners, i.e. technicians, is recommendable. While the latter will need practical tools and concrete installation praxis, the first require knowledge to framework conditions for energy efficient lighting. Apart from awareness raising, seminars for decision-maker address for instance: financial aspects, market development (incl. import costs), saving and payback calculations, environmental impacts.
This part of the Service Package compiles material for
Links to other Parts of the Service Package EE-Lighting
|| E.g. market study to provide an initial idea to training needs
|| Capacity Assessments can be part of monitoring|
| Information- & Sensitization Campaigns
| End-of Life Treatment
|| End-of-life treatment as part of training content
| Information Material
|| For dissemination in trainings/seminars
| Policy Advisory Services
|| Seminars to decision-maker
| Capacity Building
Financing aspects as part of training content
| Implementation of actual Lighting Measures
|| Practical, on-the-job training; examples to be used for training
Pages in category "Capacity Building EE-Lighting"
The following 5 pages are in this category, out of 5 total.