A Brief Note On Working Areas Of Rcreee

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2 Working Areas of RCREEE RCREEE working areas are three main pillars; research and analysis, capacity build-ing and technical assistance. In the research and analysis working area; RCREEE is doing a lot of data collection to be analyzed and then it prepares reports based on the data analysis. It prepares also energy indexes and key performance indicators as dis-cussed later in this chapter. It develops databases for the member states and keep maintaining it periodically to be up to date. In this working area, RCREEE has a lot of publications like the “Renewable Energy Country Profiles” and the Energy Effi-ciency Country Profiles” “periodical publications”, “Latest Electricity Price Schemes in RCREEE Member States”, “CDM in RCREEE Member…show more content…
It monitors and analyzes the sustainable energy in the Arab region. It offers quantitative and qualitative analysis for the renewable energy and energy efficiency potential in the region. The index consists of around 20 indicators which covers key market aspects including polices, regulations, investment, institutions and technical capacities, socio-economic data and strategies. 2.1.2 Arab Region Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Guide (Daleel) “Daleel” is comprehensive guide developed by RCREEE that contains a lot of in-formation regarding renewable energy and energy efficiency in the member states. It contains statistics, regulations, policies, codes, and experts etc. which are related to that field and catch the interest of any party working in this field in any of the mem-ber states. Daleel is issued every two years and the last version had been issued in 2015. 2.2 Capacity Development Projects 2.2.1 The Arab Program for Sustainable Energy Youth™ (APSEY) The program is funded by RCREEE and the OPEC Fund for International Develop-ment. It’s an internship developed by the center targeting the young talents who has background of engineering, economy and law. It offers them an excellent opportuni-ty to work on research and analysis, policy and regulation briefs and many other ac-tivities related to real issues in the Arab region. The program recruits 12 interns every year on two waves from all member states. They all come to Cairo to attend and par-ticipate
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