Energy Efficient Lighting and Appliances (EELA) Project
Energy Efficient Lighting and Appliances in EAC and SADC (EELA)
The Energy Efficient Lighting and Appliances (EELA) project aims to support the development of vibrant markets for energy efficient lighting and appliances across East and Southern Africa. Efficient electricity use in homes, businesses and public facilities in these growing regions is one of the fastest and cheapest ways of accelerating sustainable development.
A preparatory phase of the project started in August 2018 and resulted among others in conducting baseline studies, developing the theory of change for the project, consulting stakeholders, developing implementation arrangements and partnerships and in the validation of the project intervention strategy. The full EELA project started in June 2019 with a duration of 5 years.
The project is implemented by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) and executed with support from the East African Centre of Excellence for Renewable Energy and Efficiency (EACREEE) and the Southern African Development Community Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (SACREEE). Technical support is provided by the Swedish Energy Agency (SEA) and CLASP. The project is funded by the Swedish International Development Corporation (Sida).
The energy and climate technology information presented on this website in the form of publications, case studies, tools etc. has been shared by the GN-SEC Members, Knowledge Partners and other experts within the field. The content is for information and educational purposes only and no legal liability or other responsibility is accepted by or on behalf of UNIDO for any misinformation on this site, or any site to which these pages connect. UNIDO accepts no responsibility for any loss, damage or inconvenience caused as a result of reliance on the information provided.