CREEC Makerere

CREEC Makerere

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I have a certificate in electrical installation
can I have a training in solar installation in the university

www.creec.or.ug The Centre for Research in Energy and Energy Conservation (CREEC) is a not-for-profit organization for research, training and consultancy, located at and working closely together with the College of Engineering, Design, Art and Technology (CEDAT, the former Faculty of Technology) within Makerere University.

Operating as usual

24/10/2013

CREEC's Gek gasifier exhibition at CEDAT 3rd Annual Open day

How to operate a gasifier 04/09/2013

CREEC staff and a group of ten technicians completed a training on “Operation of a Gek Gasifier”. The two day training carried out by Pamoja Uganda Ltd was aimed at educating technicians about the practical functionalities of operating a gasifier ahead of the installation of three gasifiers (10kW capacity for each) in Opit, Gulu district, Ssekanyonyi village in Mityana and at CREEC offices

CREEC staff and a group of ten technicians completed a training on “Operation of a Gek Gasifier”. The two day training carried out by Pamoja Uganda Ltd was aimed at educating technicians about the practical functionalities of operating a gasifier ahead of the installation of three gasifiers (10kW capacity for each) in Opit, Gulu district, Ssekanyonyi village in Mityana and at CREEC offices

greenheatug.wordpress.com 22/08/2013

Study grant Opportunity at Makerere University

We seek FOUR final-year undergraduate students who will assist in the following activities during the 2013-2014 academic year: working with a primary school and community in Mukono to conduct a waste audit; conducting waste audits at Kampala markets, and working with women farmers in Mpigi on fertilizer use and feedback. The student will receive training. Flexibility and willing to perform other tasks as needed is a must. Follow this link for more details: http://greenheatug.wordpress.com/2013/08/22/study-grant-opportunity-at-makerere-university/

greenheatug.wordpress.com We seek FOUR final-year undergraduate students who will assist in the following activities during the 2013-2014 academic year: working with a primary school and community in Mukono to conduct a was...

creec.or.ug 22/08/2013

Centre for Research in Energy and Energy Conservation | CREEC Staff trained in standard lab...

CREEC Staff trained in standard lab management practices (ISO/IEC 17025:2005)
http://creec.or.ug/creec-staff-trained-in-laboratory-management-isoiec-170252005/

creec.or.ug CREEC’s bioenergy and solar PV staff completed a three day training course labelled “Understanding and Implementation of ISO/IEC 17025:2005-General Requirements for the Competence of Testing and Calibration Laboratories”. This training that commenced on 5th and ended on 7th August was aimed at equip...

Introducing solar clubs to schools 07/08/2013

CREEC’s solar PV department has introduced solar clubs to schools through the Solar Lamps for Health and Wealth campaign with the aim of promoting the use of solar lamps over other rudimentary and unhealthy ways of lighting for reading purposes among students.

The solar clubs have been established in four institutions so far and fifteen solar PV lamps have been given to each of these clubs memorandums of understandings with school managements. According to the understanding, CREEC will in turn collect data about the quality of the various lamps that have been given out to students for research and product assessment purposes of Uganda’s solar PV market.
The centre is also interested in researching about the functionality of the different lamps, their durability and user behaviour on the market today.


The clubs have been introduced to Sacred Heart Girls School in Gulu, Moroto High School, Kaliro Teacher’s College of Kaliro District and Green Valley High School of the Kyebando neighbourhood in Kampala.

Some of the lamps that have been given to the school solar club include d.light S 10, firefly TM Mobiles, SUN KING Pro, ASE SOLAR, Sundial TSL01, and others.

How it works:
After CREEC has established a club and a patron has been elected by the club team members, they all agree on a schedule under which the lamps are going to be used. CREEC issues out copies of a questionnaire each user is supposed to fill out every time they borrow a lamp from the patron.

We hope that students can learn and appreciate the goodness of using clean solar energy as compared to using kerosene lamps and tadoobas for reading at night. They can also share their experience and promote these lamps at household levels.

This campaign started in March 2013 and it is part of the five year solar technologies project under the Presidential Initiative Programme implemented by the College of Engineering, Design, Art and Technology in Makerere University.

Other activities that have been part of this campaign are awareness creation and promotional activities in local markets surrounding Kampala surburbs of Kitintale, Makerere where CREEC has teamed up with distributors to promote solar PV technology.

CREEC’s solar PV department has introduced solar clubs to schools through the Solar Lamps for Health and Wealth campaign with the aim of promoting the use of solar lamps over other rudimentary and unhealthy ways of lighting for reading purposes among students.

The solar clubs have been established in four institutions so far and fifteen solar PV lamps have been given to each of these clubs memorandums of understandings with school managements. According to the understanding, CREEC will in turn collect data about the quality of the various lamps that have been given out to students for research and product assessment purposes of Uganda’s solar PV market.
The centre is also interested in researching about the functionality of the different lamps, their durability and user behaviour on the market today.


The clubs have been introduced to Sacred Heart Girls School in Gulu, Moroto High School, Kaliro Teacher’s College of Kaliro District and Green Valley High School of the Kyebando neighbourhood in Kampala.

Some of the lamps that have been given to the school solar club include d.light S 10, firefly TM Mobiles, SUN KING Pro, ASE SOLAR, Sundial TSL01, and others.

How it works:
After CREEC has established a club and a patron has been elected by the club team members, they all agree on a schedule under which the lamps are going to be used. CREEC issues out copies of a questionnaire each user is supposed to fill out every time they borrow a lamp from the patron.

We hope that students can learn and appreciate the goodness of using clean solar energy as compared to using kerosene lamps and tadoobas for reading at night. They can also share their experience and promote these lamps at household levels.

This campaign started in March 2013 and it is part of the five year solar technologies project under the Presidential Initiative Programme implemented by the College of Engineering, Design, Art and Technology in Makerere University.

Other activities that have been part of this campaign are awareness creation and promotional activities in local markets surrounding Kampala surburbs of Kitintale, Makerere where CREEC has teamed up with distributors to promote solar PV technology.

Introducing solar clubs to schools 07/08/2013

CREEC’s solar PV department has introduced solar clubs to schools through the Solar Lamps for Health and Wealth campaign with the aim of promoting the use of solar lamps over other rudimentary and unhealthy ways of lighting for reading purposes among students.

The solar clubs have been established in four institutions so far and fifteen solar PV lamps have been given to each of these clubs memorandums of understandings with school managements. According to the understanding, CREEC will in turn collect data about the quality of the various lamps that have been given out to students for research and product assessment purposes of Uganda’s solar PV market.
The centre is also interested in researching about the functionality of the different lamps, their durability and user behaviour on the market today.


The clubs have been introduced to Sacred Heart Girls School in Gulu, Moroto High School, Kaliro Teacher’s College of Kaliro District and Green Valley High School of the Kyebando neighbourhood in Kampala.

Some of the lamps that have been given to the school solar club include d.light S 10, firefly TM Mobiles, SUN KING Pro, ASE SOLAR, Sundial TSL01, and others.

How it works:
After CREEC has established a club and a patron has been elected by the club team members, they all agree on a schedule under which the lamps are going to be used. CREEC issues out copies of a questionnaire each user is supposed to fill out every time they borrow a lamp from the patron.

We hope that students can learn and appreciate the goodness of using clean solar energy as compared to using kerosene lamps and tadoobas for reading at night. They can also share their experience and promote these lamps at household levels.

This campaign started in March 2013 and it is part of the five year solar technologies project under the Presidential Initiative Programme implemented by the College of Engineering, Design, Art and Technology in Makerere University.

Other activities that have been part of this campaign are awareness creation and promotional activities in local markets surrounding Kampala surburbs of Kitintale, Makerere where CREEC has teamed up with distributors to promote solar PV technology.

CREEC’s solar PV department has introduced solar clubs to schools through the Solar Lamps for Health and Wealth campaign with the aim of promoting the use of solar lamps over other rudimentary and unhealthy ways of lighting for reading purposes among students.

The solar clubs have been established in four institutions so far and fifteen solar PV lamps have been given to each of these clubs memorandums of understandings with school managements. According to the understanding, CREEC will in turn collect data about the quality of the various lamps that have been given out to students for research and product assessment purposes of Uganda’s solar PV market.
The centre is also interested in researching about the functionality of the different lamps, their durability and user behaviour on the market today.


The clubs have been introduced to Sacred Heart Girls School in Gulu, Moroto High School, Kaliro Teacher’s College of Kaliro District and Green Valley High School of the Kyebando neighbourhood in Kampala.

Some of the lamps that have been given to the school solar club include d.light S 10, firefly TM Mobiles, SUN KING Pro, ASE SOLAR, Sundial TSL01, and others.

How it works:
After CREEC has established a club and a patron has been elected by the club team members, they all agree on a schedule under which the lamps are going to be used. CREEC issues out copies of a questionnaire each user is supposed to fill out every time they borrow a lamp from the patron.

We hope that students can learn and appreciate the goodness of using clean solar energy as compared to using kerosene lamps and tadoobas for reading at night. They can also share their experience and promote these lamps at household levels.

This campaign started in March 2013 and it is part of the five year solar technologies project under the Presidential Initiative Programme implemented by the College of Engineering, Design, Art and Technology in Makerere University.

Other activities that have been part of this campaign are awareness creation and promotional activities in local markets surrounding Kampala surburbs of Kitintale, Makerere where CREEC has teamed up with distributors to promote solar PV technology.

mwotostove.com 02/08/2013

The project final report - Mwoto Stove

Visit the link below for a detailed report about the project that led to the birth of MWOTO stove innovation.
http://www.mwotostove.com/the-project-final-report/

mwotostove.com A stove that changes your life!

greenheatug.wordpress.com 12/07/2013

3D Biogas digester

Discover our new toy! Yes a toy, http://greenheatug.wordpress.com/2013/07/11/3d-biogas-digester/

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A stove testing training for a team from DRC 10/07/2013

CREEC’s Regional Testing and Knowledge Centre (RTKC) team has begun training officials from SNV-RD Congo and Kinshasa University about how to operate a stove testing laboratory. The training team that is headed by Agnes Naluwagga, the centre coordinator and Jackson Mutegeki, the lead trainer, will be educating participants about stove testing procedures, data management and general laboratory responsibilities through tutorial, interactive presentations and practical sessions to be carried out from 1st to 12th of July. Participants who came from DR Congo are led by Xavier Castellvi and Laetitia Bosange, both renewable energy advisors of SNV-RD Congo for West and Central Africa. Currently, the team is attending an interactive session about an introduction to the Portable Emissions Monitoring System (PEMS) presented by Sheila Nantambi, CREEC’s research executive.

CREEC’s Regional Testing and Knowledge Centre (RTKC) team has begun training officials from SNV-RD Congo and Kinshasa University about how to operate a stove testing laboratory. The training team that is headed by Agnes Naluwagga, the centre coordinator and Jackson Mutegeki, the lead trainer, will be educating participants about stove testing procedures, data management and general laboratory responsibilities through tutorial, interactive presentations and practical sessions to be carried out from 1st to 12th of July. Participants who came from DR Congo are led by Xavier Castellvi and Laetitia Bosange, both renewable energy advisors of SNV-RD Congo for West and Central Africa. Currently, the team is attending an interactive session about an introduction to the Portable Emissions Monitoring System (PEMS) presented by Sheila Nantambi, CREEC’s research executive.

09/07/2013

Solar lamps’ promotions in Kampala

A stove testing training for a team from DRC 04/07/2013

CREEC’s Regional Testing and Knowledge Centre (RTKC) team has begun training officials from SNV-RD Congo and Kinshasa University about how to operate a stove testing laboratory. The training team that is headed by Agnes Naluwagga, the centre coordinator and Jackson Mutegeki, the lead trainer, will be educating participants about stove testing procedures, data management and general laboratory responsibilities through tutorial, interactive presentations and practical sessions to be carried out from 1st to 12th of July. Participants who came from DR Congo are led by Xavier Castellvi and Laetitia Bosange, both renewable energy advisors of SNV-RD Congo for West and Central Africa. Currently, the team is attending an interactive session about an introduction to the Portable Emissions Monitoring System (PEMS) presented by Sheila Nantambi, CREEC’s research executive.

CREEC’s Regional Testing and Knowledge Centre (RTKC) team has begun training officials from SNV-RD Congo and Kinshasa University about how to operate a stove testing laboratory. The training team that is headed by Agnes Naluwagga, the centre coordinator and Jackson Mutegeki, the lead trainer, will be educating participants about stove testing procedures, data management and general laboratory responsibilities through tutorial, interactive presentations and practical sessions to be carried out from 1st to 12th of July. Participants who came from DR Congo are led by Xavier Castellvi and Laetitia Bosange, both renewable energy advisors of SNV-RD Congo for West and Central Africa. Currently, the team is attending an interactive session about an introduction to the Portable Emissions Monitoring System (PEMS) presented by Sheila Nantambi, CREEC’s research executive.

02/07/2013

A stove testing training for a team from DRC

creec.or.ug 24/06/2013

Centre for Research in Energy and Energy Conservation | Further Regional Testing and Knowledge...

Further Regional Testing and Knowledge Centre staff appointed
http://creec.or.ug/further-regional-testing-and-knowledge-centre-staff-appointed/

creec.or.ug In support to the existing stove testing team and to enhance the capacities of the Regional Testing and Knowledge Centre (RTKC) as supported by the Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves (GACC), CREEC hired additional staff. The RTKC is developing into an independent and internationally recognized sto...

[06/06/13]   Hello everyone. How did you celebrate/spend this year's World Environment Day? Share with us please.

31/05/2013

Germany Delegation Visits CREEC (May 30th)

20/05/2013

CREEC Makerere's cover photo

flickr.com 17/05/2013

Testing and Clean Cookstoves Anthem

flickr.com Based on 2010 World Cup Anthem, written and sung by staff from the Uganda Regional Testing and Knowledge Center during the Open Mic Night!

mwotostove.com 14/05/2013

PROFILES: ARUA MWOTO TINSMITHS - Mwoto Stove

http://www.mwotostove.com/profiles-arua-mwoto-tinsmiths/

mwotostove.com A stove that changes your life!

monitor.co.ug 06/05/2013

Three farmers’ experiences with putting farm waste to good use

Read about how farmers in Tiribogo are benefitting from use of biogas generated from plastic baloon digesters
http://www.monitor.co.ug/Magazines/Farming/Three-farmers--experiences-with-putting-farm-waste-to-good-use/-/689860/1801724/-/item/0/-/davlmoz/-/index.html

monitor.co.ug My name is Kalori Kimuli, a farmer in Kiziiko, Tirobigo, in Mpigi District, who rears several domestic animals such as cattle, goats, sheep, chicken and pigs. I have been doing this for the past ten years. Right now, I have five sheep, eight pigs, 10 goats, 15 cows and 30 chicken.

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