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1. Published Books

  • Sustainable Energy in Africa: Cogeneration and Geothermal in the East and Horn of Africa - Status and prospects. Edited by Stephen Karekezi and Waeni Kithyoma, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, Kenya (2005). Read Summary
  • Renewables and Energy for Rural Development in Sub-Saharan Africa. Edited by Maxwell Mapako and Abel Mbewe, ZED Books Ltd., London, UK (2004). Read Summary
  • Biomass Energy Policy in Africa: Selected Case Studies. Edited by D.L. Kgathi, D.O. Hall, A. Hategeka and M.B.M. Sekhwela, ZED Books Ltd., London, UK (1997). Read Summary
  • Renewable Energy Technologies in Africa . S. Karekezi and Timothy Ranja, ZED Books Ltd., London, UK (1997). Read Summary
  • Biomass Energy and Coal in Africa. Edited by D.O. Hall and Y.S. Mao, ZED Books Ltd., London, UK (1994). Read Summary
  • Energy Options for Africa: Environmentally Sustainable Alternatives. Edited by S. Karekezi and Gordon Mackenzie, ZED Books Ltd., London, UK (1993). Read Summary
  • Energy Management in Africa. Edited by M.R. Bhagavan and S. Karekezi, ZED Books Ltd., London, UK (1992). Read Summary
  • Environmentally-Sound Energy Options for Africa. Final Statement of the African Energy Experts Meeting, Nairobi, Kenya, by S. Karekezi and D. Ogunlade, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi (1992). Read Summary

2. AFREPREN/FWD Occasional Papers

  • AFREPREN/FWD Occasional Paper No. 33."Large Scale Hydropower, Renewable Energy Adaptation and Climate Change: Climate change and Energy Security in East and Horn of Africa " Complied by Stephen Karekezi, John Kimani, Oscar Onguru and Waeni Kithyoma, Nairobi, 2009. Read Summary
  • AFREPREN/FWD Occasional Paper No. 32."Sustainable Energy and Community Participation in Biomass-based Cogeneration in Africa"Complied by Stephen Karekezi, John Kimani, Oscar Onguru, Jared Atiang and  Justus Mbithi, Nairobi, 2008. Read Summary
  • AFREPREN/FWD Occasional Paper No. 31. "Sustainable Energy and Community Participation in Biomass-Based Cogeneration in Kenya" Compiled byStephen Karekezi, John Kimani, Oscar Onguru, Jared Atiang' & Justus Mbithi, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2008. Read Summary
  • AFREPREN/FWD Occasional Paper No. 30. "Sustainable Energy and Community Participation in Biomass-Based Cogeneration in Uganda" Compiled by James Baanabe , AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2008. Read Summary
  • AFREPREN/FWD Occasional Paper No. 29. "Renewables in Eastern and Horn of Africa: Kenyan Country Report". A Publication of AFREPREN/FWD and HBF – HA Initiative by Stephen Karekezi, John Kimani and Oscar Onguru, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2007. Read Summary
  • AFREPREN/FWD Occasional Paper No. 28. "Renewables in Eastern and Horn of Africa: Ethiopian Country Report". A Publication of AFREPREN/FWD and HBF – HA Initiative  by Workeneh Gashie, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2007. Read Summary
  • AFREPREN/FWD Occasional Paper No. 27. "Renewables in Tanzania: Status and Prospects of Biomass-based Cogeneration and Geothermal Technologies"  by Florence Gwang'ombe and Ngosi Mwihava, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2005 Read Summary
  • AFREPREN/FWD Occasional Paper No. 26. "Potential Renewable Energy Technologies in Kenya’s Electricity Supply – A Review of Geothermal and Cogeneration Technologies"  Paul Mbuthi and David Yuko, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2005. Read Summary
  • AFREPREN/FWD Occasional Paper No. 24. "The Potential Contribution of Renewables in Ethiopia's Energy Sector: An Analysis of Geothermal and Cogeneration Technologies"  W. Woldemariam, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2004 Read Summary
  • OP23. AFREPREN/FWD Occasional Paper No. 23. "African Energy Data and Terminology Handbook: Year 2003 - 2004 Edition" S. Karekezi, J. Kimani, L. Majoro and W Kithyoma, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2004. Read Summary
  • AFREPREN/FWD Occasional Paper No. 22. "Renewables and Rural Energy Development in Botswana - Proceedings of a National Energy Policy Seminar" Joseph E. Mbaiwa, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2003.  Read Summary
  • AFREPREN/FWD Occasional Paper No. 19. "Cogeneration in Zimbabwe - A Utility Perspective B. Batidzirai, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2002.Read Summary
  • AFREPREN/FWD Occasional Paper No. 17. "Replacing Coal with Cleaner Natural Gas in Southern Africa - The Equity Dimension J. Asamoah,  AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2002.Read Summary
  • AFREPREN/FWD Occasional  Paper No. 15. "Sustainable Energy in Eritrea - Proceedings of a National Policy Seminar"   S. Habtetsion, Z.Tsighe and A. Anebrhan (Eds) AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2002. Read Summary
  • AFREPREN/FWD Occasional  Paper No. 13. "African Energy Data and Terminology Handbook"   S. Karekezi, J. Kimani, L. Majoro and W Kithyoma, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2002. Read Summary
  • AFREPREN/FWD Occasional  Paper No. 12. "The Social- Economic and Environmental impact of Geothermal Energy on the Rural Poor in Kenya  N. Mariita, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2002.Read Summary
  • AFREPREN/FWD Occasional  Paper No. 10. "Renewable Energy Technologies in Africa - An Energy Training Course Handbook"   S. Karekezi, L. Majoro, W. Kithyoma, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2001. Read Summary
  • AFREPREN/FWD Occasional  Paper No. 2. "Bagasse - Based Cogeneration In Mauritius - A Model for Eastern and Southern Africa "  K. Deepchand AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi,  2001.Read Summary
  • AFREPREN/FWD Occasional  Paper No. 1. "AFREPREN/FWD Regional Policy Seminar on Renewables - Focus on Cogeneration". S. Karekezi, J. Kimani & J. Wangeci. AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi,  2001. Read Summary

3. AFREPREN/FWD Working Papers

  1. " Sudan’s Renewable Energy Master Plan Study Compiled by Mr. Mohammed Ali Hamid, Mr. Stephen Karekezi et al. Working Paper No. 367,AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2010. Read Summary
  2. " Renewables in Africa Energy Experts’ Concept Paper Compiled by Stephen Karekezi, John Kimani and Ayago Wambile. Working Paper No. 366, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2010. View Contents List
  3. " A Sustainable Power Sector in East and Horn of Africa – The Potential Role of Renewables -Policy Brief " Compiled Stephen Karekezi, John Kimani and Jared Atiang. Working Paper No. 364, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2010. Read Summary
  4. " A Sustainable Power Sector in East and Horn of Africa – The Potential Role of Renewables - Regional Report Compiled by Stephen Karekezi, John Kimani and Jared Atiang. Working Paper No. 363, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2010. Read Summary
  5. " Energy Technology Policy and the Domestication of Renewable Energy Technologies in Africa" Compiled Stephen Karekezi, John Kimani, Bothwell Batidzirai, Nicholas Owino and Kennedy Muzee. Working Paper No. 361,AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2009. Read Summary
  6. " Scaling up Bio - Energy in Africa" Compiled By Stephen Karekezi, Waeni Kithyoma and Kennedy Muzee. Working Paper No. 360, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2009. View Contents List
  7. " Landfill Bioenergy – "Opportunities and Barriers" Compiled By Stephen Karekezi, Waeni Kithyoma and Oscar Onguru. Working Paper No. 359, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2009. View Contents List
  8. " Evaluating Anaerobic Digesters Energy Generation Opportunities and Barriers in Africa " Compiled By Stephen Karekezi, Waeni Kithyoma and Oscar Onguru, . Working Paper No. 358, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2009. View Contents List
  9. "Evaluating Biomass Energy Cogeneration Opportunities and Barriers in Africa – The Case of Bagasse Cogeneration in the Sugar Industry" Compiled by Stephen Karekezi, Waeni Kithyoma and Maryanne Kamoche, . Working Paper No. 357, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2009. View Contents List
  10. "The Role of Small and Medium-Scale Renewable Energy Technologies in Poverty Alleviation, Environmental Sustainability and Economic Development in Ethiopia" Compiled by Workeneh Gashie, Working Paper No. 356, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi. 2008. Read Summary
  11. "The Potential for Small and Medium Scale Renewables in Poverty Reduction in Africa" Compiled by Stephen Karekezi, Waeni Kithyoma and Jennifer Wangeci, Working Paper No. 355, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, April, 2008. Read Summary
  12. "Cogeneration in Mauritius" by Stephen Karekezi, John Kimani and Ayago Wambile, Working Paper No. 351, AFREPREN/FWD, February, 2008. View Contents List
  13. "Overview of the Energy Sector in Africa" by Stephen Karekezi, John Kimani and Ayago Wambile, Working Paper No. 349, AFREPREN/FWD, December, 2007. Read Summary
  14. "Overview of Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency in Africa" by Stephen Karekezi, John Kimani and Ayago Wambile, Working Paper No. 348, AFREPREN/FWD, November, 2007. Read Summary
  15. "Status and Prospects of Biomass Based Cogeneration and Geothermal Technologies in Uganda" by Geoffrey Kamese, Simon Engorait and Dison Okumu, Working Paper No. 347, AFREPREN/FWD, October, 2007. View Contents List
  16. "Status and Prospects of Biomass-based Cogeneration and Geothermal Technologies in Tanzania" by Florence Gwangombe and Ngosi Mwihava, Working Paper No. 346, AFREPREN/FWD, September, 2007. View Contents List
  17. "A Review of Geothermal and Cogeneration Technologies in Kenya" by Paul Mbuthi and David Yuko, Working Paper No. 345, AFREPREN/FWD, August, 2007. View Contents List
  18. "A Review of Geothermal and Cogeneration Technologies in Ethiopia"  by  Prof. Woldemariam Wolde Ghiorgis, Working Paper No. 344, AFREPREN/FWD,  July, 2007.View Contents List
  19. "Renewables for Poverty Reduction in Africa - A Summary for Policy Makers." by the AFREPREN Secretariat, Working Paper No. 343, AFREPREN/FWD, June, 2007.Read Summary
  20. “Assessing the Role of Small and Medium Scale Renewables in Poverty Alleviation, Environmental Sustainability and Economic Sustainability in Kenya.” by Stephen Karekezi, Jennifer Wangeci and Oscar Onguru, Working Paper No. 342, AFREPREN/FWD, May, 2007. Read Summary
  21. “The Gender Perspective of Renewables and Energy for Rural Development in Zambia.” By Langiwe Chandi, Working Paper No. 338 AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2005. Read Summary
  22. “An Institutional Assessment of the Impact of Lesotho Highlands Water Project and Hydropower Development.” Lucy Khalema Redeby and Thakane Makume, Working Paper No. 331, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2005. Read Summary
  23. “Making the African Power Sector Sustainable: A Case Study of Five Countries in Sub-Saharan Africa.” A Proposal Prepared by AFREPREN and Submitted to the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) Working Paper No. 330. AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2005. View Contents List
  24. "Benefits of Co-generation: Utility Perspective". Bothwell Batidzirai,  Working Paper No. 328, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2004. Read Summary
  25. “Renewable Energy Technologies in Zimbabwe.” Maxwell C. Mapako. Working Paper No. 324, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2004. 55pp. Read Summary
  26. “Potential for Electricity Generation from Land Filling in Eritrea.” Semere Habtetsion, B. Ghirmay and I. Tesfu. Working Paper No. 315 AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2004. 34pp. Read Summary
  27. “Domestic Use versus Income Generating Activities in Delivering Modern Energy to Rural Botswana” Joseph E. Mbaiwa. Working Paper No. 312, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2004. 9pp Read Summary
  28. “Status of Power Sub-Sector Reforms and Promotion of Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency in Tanzania” Ngosi Mwihava and H.A. Mbise. Working Paper No. 310, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2004, 17pp. Read Summary
  29. “Traditional Biomass Energy: Improving its use and Moving to Modern Energy use.” Stephen Karekezi, Kusum Lata and Suani Teixeira Coelho. Working Paper No. 308, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2004. 42pp. Read Summary
  30. “Introducing Cyclist and Pedestrian Pathways to the Urban Streets of Gaborone – Botswana”. Peter P. Zhou. Working Paper No. 305, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2002. 13pp. Read summary
  31. “Renewables and Rural Energy for Development in Zimbabwe”. Maxwell C. Mapako. Working Paper No. 301, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2002. 53 pp. Read Summary
  32. “Renewables and Rural Energy for Development in Ethiopia”. W. Wolde-Ghiorgis. Working Paper No. 300, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2002. 84pp. Read Summary
  33. “Current Energy Utilisation and Future Options in Rural Areas”. Semere Habtetsion and Zemenfes Tsighe. Working Paper No. 294, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2002. 61pp. Read Summary
  34. “Renewables and Energy for Rural Development with a Gender Perspective: Short-Term Study Report”. Langiwe Chandi. Working Paper No. 292, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2002. 67pp. Read Summary
  35. “Renewables and Energy for Rural Development in Zambia: Short Term Draft Report”. Abel Mbewe. Working Paper No. 291, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2002. 74pp. Read Summary
  36. “Zambia National Policy Seminar Report”. Langiwe Chandi, Abel Mbewe and Charles Mulenga. Working Paper No. 287, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2001. 44pp. Read Summary
  37. “Renewables and Energy for Rural Development Theme Group Meeting Proceedings, 2000". AFREPREN/FWD Secretariat. Working Paper No. 285, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2001. 122 pp. Read Summary
  38. “Zimbabwe National Energy Policy Seminar Proceedings”. Maxwell C. Mapako. Working Paper No. 283, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2001. 26pp. Read Summary
  39. “Alternative Meeting for the Renewables and Energy for Rural Development Theme Group and the Energy Sector Reform Theme Group”. AFREPREN/FWD. Working Paper No. 282, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2001. 72pp. Read Summary
  40. “Proceedings of the Eritrean National Energy Policy Seminar”. Semere Habtetsion and Zemenfes Tsighe. Working Paper No. 280, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2001. 89pp. Read Summary
  41. “Regional Research Programs: Case Study of the African Energy Policy Research Network (AFREPREN/FWD)”. Stephen Karekezi. Working Paper No. 279, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2001. 15pp. Read Summary
  42. “Proceedings of the National Policy Seminar on Energy for Rural Development”. Buti Mogotsi. Working Paper No. 278, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2001. 32pp. Read Summary
  43. “The Potential of Renewable Energy Technologies in Africa”. Stephen Karekezi. Working Paper No. 273, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2001. 18pp. Read Summary
  44. “Bagasse Energy Cogeneration in Mauritius and its Potential in the Southern and Eastern African Region.” Kassiap Deepchand. Working Paper No. 272, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2000. 51pp. Read Summary
  45. “The Potential of Energy from Sugar Cane Wastes in Tanzania”. Michael A. Kishimba. Working Paper No. 269, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2000. 22pp. Read Summary
  46. “Current Energy Utilisation and Future Options in Rural Eritrea”. Semere Habtetsion. Working Paper No. 267, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2000. 14pp. Read Summary
  47. “The Potential of Energy from Sugarcane Waste in Tanzania: Data and Statistics Compilation”. Michael A. Kishimba. Working Paper No. 255, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2000. 4pp. Read Summary
  48. “Data for Botswana Meat Commission”. John S. Khupe. Working Paper No. 252, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2000. 6pp. Read Summary
  49. “Generation of Energy from Botswana Meat Commission - Lobatse Abattoir Wastes”. John S. Khupe. Working Paper No. 251, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2000. 18pp. Read Summary
  50. “Energy and Environment Linkages in African Cities”. Stephen Karekezi and Lugard Majoro. Working Paper No. 227, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1999. 25pp. Read Summary
  51. “Renewables and Energy for Rural Development Theme Group Meeting Proceedings, 1999”. AFREPREN/FWD Secretariat. Working Paper No. 225, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1999. 95pp. Read Summary
  52. “Status of Solar Energy Technologies in Lesotho”. Thakane M. Makume. Working Paper No. 224, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1999. 24pp. Read Summary
  53. “Energy Efficiency, Environment and Climate Change Theme Group Meeting Proceedings, 1999”. AFREPREN/FWD Secretariat, Working Paper No. 221, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1999. 74pp. Read Summary
  54. “Feasibility Study on the Commercial Manufacture of Solar Water Heaters in Cote D’Ivoire”. Jacques Moulots and Sako Mohamed. Working Paper No. 219, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1999. 29pp. Read Summary
  55. “Feasibility Study on the Commercial Manufacture of Photovoltaic System Components: A Case Study of Ghana”. Mawuli Tse. Working Paper No. 218, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1999. 46pp. Read Summary
  56. ”The Potential for Energy Generation from the Municipal Solid Waste in Africa”S.Karekezi and J. Karanja. Working Paper No. 214, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1999. 18pp. Read Summary
  57. “Solar Energy Technologies Dissemination in Zambia- Past, Present and Future Perspective”. Langiwe Chandi. Working Paper No. 212, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1999. 28pp. Read Summary
  58. “Solar Energy in Zambia - Status, Prospectus and Potential. Giveson Zulu. Working Paper No. 211, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1999. 23pp. Read Summary
  59. “Solar Power in Namibia”. G. S. Hamutwe. Working Paper No. 209, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1999.12pp. Read Summary
  60. "Solar Energy Technology in Mozambique - Present and Future”. Boaventura Cuamba. Working Paper No. 208, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1999. 12pp. Read Summary
  61. “Proceedings of the UNESCO-AFREPREN/FWD Solar Training Workshop”. Stephen Karekezi, Timothy Ranja and Albert Waudo. Working Paper No. 205, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1999. 90pp.  Read Summary

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