The Kenya Renewable Energy Association (KEREA) is an independent non-profit association dedicated to facilitating the growth and development of renewable energy business in Kenya.
KEREA was formed in August 2002 by members of the Renewable Energy Resources Technical Committee of the Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS) and is registered under section 10 of the societies act.
Amongst its key roles are promoting the interests of members of the renewable energy industry among government, public sector, the general public and any other organizations that may impact on the development of the industry; and the creation of a forum for the dissemination and exchange of information and ideas on matters relating to renewable energy development and utilization in Kenya.
MESIA is a non-profit, non-governmental organization that aims to:
Town and County Planners Association of Kenya (TCPAK) is a professional association for town/ county planners and/or land use planners in Kenya. The association is also a member of the International Society of City and Regional Planners (ISOCARP), The Hague/ Netherlands. In line with the Constitution of Kenya 2010, TCPAK motto is "Better Towns, Counties and Country. TCPAK members are drawn from the public and private sectors, academia and NGOs.
Our partners include - International Society of City and Regional Planners (ISOCARP) - Nairobi Liaison Office, Kenya Green Building Society (KGBS), AAK (Town Planners Chapter), Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), and South Africa Council of Planners (SACPLAN).
Location: White Court- Galana Road Kilimani.
P.O. Box 38027-00100 GPO Nairobi Kenya
Tel: 0725 028572
Facebook: Town and County Planners Association of Kenya-TCPAK.
Abundant solar potential gives the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) a unique opportunity to become one of the most energy-advantaged countries in the world. The Saudi Arabia Solar Industry Association (SASIA) is a non-governmental association that strives to make this vision a reality by helping Saudi Arabia and the Middle East realize the full economic and environmental potential of solar energy.
Our goal is to bring the national and regional solar industry together, transforming the vast solar potential of Saudi Arabia and the Middle East into a commercially- and environmentally-viable solution for our growing demand for electricity.
The MENA region includes many of the most energy-advantaged countries in the world. While each of these nations shares of vast potential for solar energy, each has its own unique solar business model and cultural identity.
The Solar GCC Alliance exists to encourage each of its affiliate countries to pursue independent solar development, while simultaneously providing an infrastructure for international collaboration. Visit the affiliate sites listed below to learn more about solar initiatives in each member nation.