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Capacity development needs diagnostics for renewable energy: wind and solar energy. Volume I: the handbook

1st April 2012

Topic(s): Renewables, Public engagement, Capacity development

Capacity building measures need to be based on a capacity development strategy and implementation plans that ensure the balanced and sustainable growth of the national and local renewable energy sector.
The Capacity Development Needs Diagnostics for Renewable Energy (CaDRE) helps policy makers, organisations and capacity development/renewable energy practitioners shape an environment conducive to the development of renewable energy. CaDRE is designed as a country-driven, comprehensive approach to analysing the capacity already in place, predicting future capacity needs, identifying capacity gaps and providing recommendations for creating capacity development strategies. It is based on the guiding principle that no successful capacity development strategy can be built without intensive stakeholder engagement.
This Handbook and Toolbox provide modular guidelines and practical tools for planning and completing a comprehensive diagnostic of the energy landscape. They also supply the tools for conducting an analysis of capacity gaps related to solar and wind energy targets.

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Capacity development needs diagnostics for renewable energy: wind and solar energy. Volume I: the handbook

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