Arab Ministerial Council For Electricity
The Arab Ministerial Council of electricity (AMCE) was established based on the League of Arab States decision num. 5394 in its regular session num. 101 held on March 27, 1994. AMCE consist of Electricity Sector Arab officials. AMCE holds a regular session once every two years, where Executive Bureau members get elected from 8 Arab countries. The Executive Bureau holds meeting at least once during the year, the Council has conducted a comprehensive amendment to its statute, which was adopted under the decision of the League of Arab States No. 7199 at its regular session 133 held on March 3. 2010, which created two committees: one Committee of Experts on electricity following-up issues related to electricity and the Arab electricity interconnection projects. The other is an expert committee containing renewable energy and energy efficiency experts and following renewable energy updates as well as efficient energy production and use issues.
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• Regional Center for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency RCREEE
The Regional Center for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (RCREEE) is an independent not-for-profit regional organization which aims to enable and increase the adoption of renewable energy and energy efficiency practices in the Arab region. RCREEE teams with regional governments and global organizations to initiate and lead clean energy policy dialogues, strategies, technologies and capacity development in order to increase Arab states’ share of tomorrow’s energy.
MED-ENEC ( Mediterranean Energy Efficiency in the Construction Sector):
MED-ENEC ( Mediterranean Energy Efficiency in the Construction Sector) is a regional project funded by the European Union. It aims to increase the use of Energy Efficiency measures and Renewable Energy systems in buildings in southern and eastern Mediterranean countries. Apart from policy advice and business development, special emphasis is placed on the support of large building programmers as multipliers of climate friendly and cost-saving technologies and measures.