Webinar: Powering WASH - Renewable Energy for Water Supply in Humanitarian Settings.

Event Date: 
Tuesday, June 23, 2020

We are pleased to invite you to an upcoming webinar on Powering WASH - Renewable Energy for Water Supply in Humanitarian Settings. The webinar will take place on Tuesday 23 June, 14:30-16:00 CET. You can register here.

During the webinar, we will hear from Oxfam, ICRC, UNHCR and ReNewGies on lessons learned from implementing renewable energy for water supply for communities living in humanitarian contexts. The full programme is described below.

Please feel free to share this webinar with your networks, a communications package is attached for this purpose. This webinar is one of our wider Humanitarian Energy webinar series, hosted by ICRC, Energypedia and UNITAR, contributing to the goals of the Global Plan of Action on Sustainable Energy in Displacement Settings.

We hope for a fruitful learning experience!

Best regards,

ICRC, UNITAR and Energypedia

 

Programme

Topic:

Powering WASH - Renewable Energy for water supply in humanitarian settings

 

Timing:

1.5 hours, Tuesday 23 June 2020, 2:30-4:00 CET

 

 

Timing

Subject

Content

Organisation

Name

 

0.05

Opening

Introduction

Energypedia

Ranisha Banset

 

0:05

COVID Statement

Comment on COVID affects to this webinar topic and co-signed document from WASH cluster.

ICRC

Marco Albertini

 

0:10

Framing & current overview of use of renewables for water supply in humanitarian contexts.

Overview of why renewable energy is relevant for water supply & continuity of service, benefits in the short and long term, emerging business models (?), overview of technical resources.

Oxfam (Global Solar and Water Program)

Asenath Kiprono

 

0:15

Case Study - ICRC South Sudan

Case study on application of RE for water supply in refugee contexts, lessons learned, any intersting innovation of business model.

ICRC

Melisa Bonzo

 

0:15

Rapid Feasibility Assessment Tool

Intervention from ReNewGies describing rapid feasibility assessment tool and short lessons learned from feasibility studies conducted for UNHCR on solar pumping.

UNHCR and ReNewGies

Eva Barrenberg
Jean Baptiste Sivery
 

 

0:30

Q&A

 Q&A from participants to pannelists.

 

 

EELA learning plattform

GN-SEC learning plattform

 

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