Mrs. Anja Karliczek: Hydrogen Partnership with Africa Planned

BMBF / Hans-Joachim Rickel: The Federal Research Minister, Anja Karliczek and her Nigerien counterpart, Minister of Higher Education, Research and Innovation, Yahouza Sadissou (Chairman of the WASCAL Ministerial Council), agreed in Berlin to establish a hydrogen partnership and strategic measures to expand in West Africa. The Federal Minister of Research Anja Karliczek explains: The Federal Continue Reading

BMBF FUNDED BIOGAS LABORATORY PROJECT IN TOGO LAUNCHED

The German Federal Ministry of Education and Research, (BMBF), funded Renewable Energy Development Project on “High Technology Laboratory Construction for Production of Biogas, and Up-to-date Efficient Cooking Tool Mechanisms Implementation” has been launched at the University of Lomé, in Togo. The pilot project seeks to identify new research activities in the field of Renewable Energies Continue Reading

POTENTIAL ANALYSIS, BIOGAS LAB AND PYROLYSIS COOKER: DBFZ STARTS FOREIGN PROCJECT IN TOGO

https://www.dbfz.de/en/press-media-library/press/press-releases/press-release-13052020/ In a project financed by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and running until the end of 2023, Leipzig scientists are investigating the potential of residual and waste materials in West Africa and providing support in setting up a research biogas laboratory and in the production of pyrolysis cookers for rural Continue Reading

VACANCY FOR REGIONAL THEMATIC COORDINATOR – RENEWABLE ENERGY PRIORITY – RESEARCH THEME (PRT-RE)

Location:                                WASCAL Competence Centre in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso Duration of contract:            3 years fixed term renewable contract, with possibility of renewal  Date of publication              20th June, 2020 Closing date                           20th August, 2020 Supervisor                             Research Director Background WASCAL seeks to hire Regional Thematic Coordinator to work directly on its Renewable Energy Priority theme, to Continue Reading

VACANCY FOR COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER – RENEWABLE ENERGY PRIORITY – RESEARCH THEME (PRT-RE)

Location:                          WASCAL Competence Centre in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso Duration of contract:      3 years fixed term renewable contract Date of publication          20th June, 2020 Closing date                      20th August, 2020 Supervisor                        Director of Research Background WASCAL seeks to hire Communications officer to work directly on its Renewable Energy Priority Research Theme. The position holder will work under the Continue Reading

UNIVERSITY ABDOU MOUMOUNI, NIGER APPOINTS CHRISTOPH RÖVEKAMP AS ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

The University Abdou Moumouni of Niamey, Niger has appointed Dr. Christoph Rövekamp, Head of the Division, Energy and Hydrogen Technologies at the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF),  as visiting Associate Professor. By this appointment, Dr Rövekamp will lecture WASCAL’s postgraduate students on Climate Change and Renewable  Energies  at the university . He Continue Reading

University Abdou Moumouni, Niger Appoints Christoph Rövekamp as Associate Professor

The University Abdou Moumouni of Niamey, Niger has appointed Dr. Christoph Rövekamp, Head of the Division, Energy and Hydrogen Technologies at the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF),  as visiting Associate Professor. By this appointment, Dr Rövekamp will lecture WASCAL’s postgraduate students on Climate Change and Renewable  Energies  at the university . He Continue Reading

“GREEN” HYDROGEN MADE IN AFRICA

Africa as a successful producer and exporter of sustainably produced hydrogen for a climate-neutral energy supply of the future: that is the idea behind the “H2Atlas-Africa” ​​project. The central goal is to identify locations in the west and south of the continent that are particularly suitable for the production of hydrogen using renewable energies. Parliamentary State Secretary Continue Reading

“Green” Hydrogen Made In Africa

Africa as a successful producer and exporter of sustainably produced hydrogen for a climate-neutral energy supply of the future: that is the idea behind the “H2Atlas-Africa” ​​project. The central goal is to identify locations in the west and south of the continent that are particularly suitable for the production of hydrogen using renewable energies. Parliamentary State Secretary Continue Reading