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1. “Renewable Energy Technologies in Zimbabwe.” Maxwell C. Mapako. Working Paper No. 324, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2004. 55pp.

 

2. “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.

 

3. “The Potential of Renewable Energy Technologies in Africa”. Stephen Karekezi. Working Paper No. 273, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 2001. 18pp.


4.
“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.

 

5. “Status of Solar Energy Technologies in Lesotho”. Thakane M. Makume. Working Paper No. 224, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1999. 24pp.

 

6. “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.

 

7. “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.

 

8. “Status of Solar Energy in Lesotho”. T. M. Makune, Working Paper No. 217, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1999. 13pp.

 

9. “Solar Energy Technologies Dissemination in Zambia- Past, Present and Future Perspective”. Langiwe Chandi. Working Paper No. 212, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1999. 28pp.

 

10. “Solar Energy in Zambia”. Giveson Zulu. Working Paper No. 211, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1999. 23pp.

 

11. “Solar Power in Namibia”. G. S. Hamutwe. Working Paper No. 209, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1999.12pp.

 

12. "Solar Energy Technology in Mozambique - Present and Future”. Boaventura Cuamba. Working Paper No. 208, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1999. 12pp.

 

13. “Proceedings of the UNESCO-AFREPREN/FWD Solar Workshop”. Stephen Karekezi, Timothy Ranja and Albert Waudo. Working Paper No. 205, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1999. 90pp.

 

14. "Renewables in Kenya". Stephen Karekezi and Timothy Ranja. Working Paper No. 177, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1998. 33pp.

 

15. "Annotated Bibliography of Photovoltaics and Solar Water Heaters". Stephen Karekezi, John Kimani and Albert Waudo. Working Paper No. 175, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1998. 122pp.

 

16. "Proceedings of the AFREPREN/FWD/SEI RETs Training Workshop". Stephen Karekezi, Timothy Ranja and John Kimani.  Working Paper No. 165, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1998. 57pp.

 

17. "Renewable Energy Technologies in Kenya: A Study on Maendeleo Stove and Power Alcohol Programme". Stephen Karekezi and Esther Ewagata. Working Paper No. 150, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1996. 87pp.

 

18. "Study Report on Dissemination of Renewable Energy Technologies: Mini and Micro-Hydropower in Zambia". Romance C. Sampa and Elijah C. Sichone. Working Paper No. 149, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1996. 45pp.

 

19. "Renewable Energy Technologies in Botswana - The Case of Wind Energy for Water Pumping". Molebatsi T. Mosimanyane, Peter P. Zhou and Donald L. Kgathi. Working Paper No. 148, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1996. 50pp.

 

20. "Solar Energy: The Seychelles Scenario". M. Razanajatovo, A. Jean-Louis, Y. Juliette and B. Vel. Working Paper No. 123, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1996. 49pp.

 

21. "Renewable Energy Technologies Dissemination in Uganda". Godfrey R. Turyahikayo. Working Paper No. 118, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1996. 53pp.

 

22. “Directory of Renewable Energy Agencies in Eastern and Southern Africa”. Stephen Karekezi and Timothy Ranja. Working Paper No. 115, AFREPREN/FWD Nairobi, 1996. 124pp.

 

23. "Renewable Energy Technologies in Eastern and Southern Africa: Research for Dissemination and Implementation (Final Report)". Stephen Karekezi and Timothy Ranja. Working Paper No. 114, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1996. 250pp.

 

24. "Report on the 1995 Solar World Congress: Volume II". Stephen Karekezi and Timothy Ranja. Working Paper No. 99, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1996. 156pp.

 

25. "Socio-Economic Benefits of Renewable Energy Technologies". Stephen Karekezi, Lugard Majoro and Alex Tibwitta. Working Paper No. 93, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, Prepared for INforSE Meeting, 1995. 51pp.

 

26. “Report on the 1995 Solar World Congress: Volume I”.  Stephen Karekezi and Timothy Ranja.  Working Paper No. 92, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1995. 30pp.

 

27. "Life Cycle Direct and Indirect Pollution Associated With Photovoltaics and Wind Energy Systems". G. Nadal. Working Paper No. 80, AFREPREN/FWD, Prepared for Solar World Congress, Harare, September 1995. 37pp.

 

28. "Socio-Economic Implications of the Wider Use of Bio-energy and Wind Energy Technologies". Stephen Karekezi, Timothy Ranja and Mary Muthoni. Working Paper No. 79, AFREPREN/FWD, Prepared for Solar World Congress, Harare, September 1995. 14pp.

 

29. "Renewable Energy Technologies Dissemination: Case Study on Uganda". Godfrey Turyahikayo, Emmanuel S. Hatanga, Tom Otiti and P. Kebirungi. Working Paper No. 78, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, Prepared for Solar World Congress, Harare, September 1995. 48pp.

 

30. "Institutional Framework for Diffusion of Solar Technologies in Developing Countries". Abeeku Brew-Hammond. Working Paper No. 77, AFREPREN/FWD, Prepared for Solar World Congress, Harare, September 1995. 14pp.

 

31. "Renewable Energy Technologies Dissemination in Kenya: The Case of the Maendeleo Stoves". Stephen Karekezi, Esther Ewagata, S. Bii, K. Kibua and Jibril Guyo. Working Paper No. 76, AFREPREN/FWD, Prepared for Solar World Congress, Harare, September 1995. 14pp.

 

32. "Solar Energy for Development in Sub-Saharan Africa: Status and Prospects". Stephen Karekezi. Working Paper No. 75, AFREPREN/FWD, Prepared for Solar World Congress, Harare, September 1995. 19pp.

33. "Renewable Energy Technologies in East and Southern Africa: Research for Dissemination and Implementation". 2nd Draft Report. Stephen Karekezi, Timothy Ranja and Patience Turyareeba. Working Paper No. 73, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1995. 55pp.

 

34. "Renewable Energy Technologies in Kenya: The Case of the Maendeleo Stove". Final Report Stephen Karekezi and Esther Ewagata. Working Paper No. 72, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1995.

 

35. "Dissemination of Photovoltaics in Uganda". Final Report Tom Otiti and S.A. Bachou, Working Paper No. 69, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1995. 61pp.

 

36. "Economic and Environmental Implication of Diffusion of the Photovoltaics Technology in the Households and Agriculture". Final Report F.M. Neto, Working Paper No. 67, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1995. 48pp.

 

37. "Renewable Energy Technologies as an Option for a Low Carbon Energy Future for Developing Countries: Case Examples from Eastern and Southern Africa". Final Report Stephen Karekezi. Working Paper No. 64, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1995. 28pp.

 

38. "Renewable Energy Technologies Research for Dissemination and Implementation". Final Report Stephen Karekezi and Patience Turyareeba. Working Paper No. 62, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1995. 28pp.

 

39. "Economic and Environmental Implications of Diffusion of the Photovoltaics Technology in the Households and Agriculture". Final Report Dominic Mbewe. Working Paper No. 58, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1995. 90pp.

 

40. "Renewable Energy Training in Kenya: The Case of Solar Photovoltaics". Stephen Karekezi, Patience Turyareeba and Esther Ewagata. Working Paper No. 53, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1994. 17pp.

 

41. "Photovoltaics and Solar Water Heaters in Kenya". Stephen Karekezi. Working Paper No. 50, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1994. 120pp.

 

42. "Renewable Energy Technologies in Eastern and Southern Africa: Factors Influencing RETs Dissemination". Stephen Karekezi and Patience Turyareeba. Working Paper No. 49, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1994. 40pp.

 

43. "Renewable Energy Technologies: Mini and Micro Hydro Power in Eastern and Southern Africa". Stephen Karekezi and Patience Turyareeba. Working Paper No. 48, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1994. 21pp.

 

44. "Environmental Implications of Small-Scale Use of Biomass". Stephen Karekezi and Esther Ewagata. Working Paper No. 47, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1994. 41pp.

 

45. "The Status of Renewable Energy Technologies in Malawi". Charles Kafumba. Working Paper No. 43, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1994. 80pp.

 

46. "Annotated Bibliography of Renewable Energy Technologies (RETs): Publications in the AFREPREN/FWD Library (1985 - 1993)". Stephen Karekezi, Patience Turyareeba and Mary Muthoni. Working Paper No. 42, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1994. 75pp.

 

47. "Directory of Renewable Energy Agencies in Eastern and Southern Africa". Stephen Karekezi, Patience Turyareeba and Mary Muthoni. Working Paper No. 41, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1994. 125pp.

 

48. "Financing Mechanisms for Solar Energy Technologies". J. Gregory. Working Paper No. 40, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1994. 37pp.

 

49. "Human Resources, Development and Retention in the Context of Renewable Energy Technologies, RETs". Monica Gullberg. Working Paper No. 39, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1994. 30pp.

 

50. "Organisation and Management: Small-Scale Biomass Energy Technologies in Eastern and Southern Africa". Stephen Karekezi. Working Paper No. 38, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1994. 46pp.

 

51. "Equity and Environment: Wind Energy Technologies: The Danish Experience and its Relevance to Africa". N.J. Thomsen. Working Paper No. 37, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1994. 32pp.

 

52. "Institutional Development for Large Scale Biomass Energy Technologies: The Swedish Experience and its Relevance to Africa". B. Kjellstrom. Working Paper No. 36, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1994. 24pp.

 

53. "RETs Dissemination in Mozambique". H. Lopes and S. Macamo. Working Paper No. 35, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1994. 26pp.

 

54. "Renewable Energy Technologies Dissemination in Lesotho". B. Kanetsi and T. Phuroe. Working Paper No. 34, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1994. 35pp.

 

55. "Status of Renewable Energy Technologies Dissemination in Seychelles". M. Razanajatovo, Y. Juliette and A. Jean-Louis. Working Paper No. 33, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1994. 25pp.

 

56. "Renewable Energy Technologies in Kenya". Stephen Karekezi, Lugard Majoro and Esther Ewagata. Working Paper No. 32, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1994. 20pp.

 

57. "Status of Renewable Energy Technologies (RETs): Dissemination in Burundi". J. Katihabwa. Working Paper No. 31, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1994. 26pp.

 

58. "Renewable Energy Technologies Dissemination in Uganda". Godfrey Turyahikayo. Working Paper No. 30, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1994. 33pp.

 

59. "Renewable Energy Technologies in Botswana". Molebatsi T. Mosimanyane. Working Paper No. 29, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1994. 22pp.

 

60. "Renewable Energy Technologies:  RETs Dissemination Efforts in Zambia". Romance C. Sampa. Working Paper No. 28, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1994. 24pp.

 

61. "Renewable Energy Technologies: Research for Dissemination and Implementation in Eastern and Southern Africa". Stephen Karekezi and Patience Turyareeba. Working Paper No. 27, Draft Regional Report, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1994. 46pp.

 

62. "Disseminating Renewable Energy Technologies in Sub-Saharan Africa". Stephen Karekezi. Working Paper No. 26, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1994. 42pp.

 

63. "Renewable Energy Technologies in Use in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Case of Uganda". Tom Otiti. Working Paper No. 21, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1994. 21pp.

 

64. "Renewable Energy Technologies in Burundi". Stephen Karekezi, Lugard Majoro and Timothy Ranja. Working Paper No. 15, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1994. 23pp.

 

65. “Biomass Energy Initiatives: An Essential Element of Africa’s Environmentally-Sound Energy Future”.  Stephen Karekezi.  Working Paper No. 12, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1993. 51pp.

 

66. “Biomass Energy in Africa: Case Studies of Successful Interventions”. Stephen Karekezi.  Working Paper No. 11, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1993. 45pp.

 

67. "Dissemination of Renewable Energy and Decentralized Energy Technologies". Stephen Karekezi. Working Paper No. 10, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1993. 27pp.

 

68. "Review of Mature Renewable Energy Technologies (RETs) in Sub-Saharan Africa". Stephen Karekezi. Working Paper No. 1, AFREPREN/FWD, Nairobi, 1989. 14pp.
 

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