Without energy there would be no electricity to support the economic, social or political growth of any country. But to make it a real enabler of growth, there needs to be enough of it and it must be clean, affordable and reliable.
Strathmore Energy Research Centre in partnership with AIESEC In Strathmore and Strathmore Environmental Club are pleased to invite you to the Renewable Energy for Industrialization and Job Creation event. The event will be held at the Strathmore Auditorium on Friday, 6th October 2017, from 2 pm to 4 pm.
Strathmore Energy Research Center SERC recently organized trainings on biogas. The trainings took place at the Strathmore Business School from 22nd to 26th May and were conducted in collaboration with SnowLeopard (a leading German company in biogas AD two stage projects), the Kenya Water Institute (KEWI), and the Kenya Industrial Research & Development Institute (KIRDI) and the Nordic Partner East Africa.
Strathmore Energy Research Centre hosted a Certified Energy Manager training course between 5th and 13th of December 2016. The training was offered by the Association of Energy Professionals East Africa, the only local body accredited by the AEE to conduct CEM training, under the partial sponsorship of GIZ.
Strathmore University is the first educational institution in sub-Saharan Africa to achieve a zero-carbon footprint. The genesis for the idea has been three and half years in the making.