Cooperation Project for Comprehensive Training of Personnel from Cuba and the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela in Rational and Efficient Electricity Use
Policy measure

According to ECLAC (2010), the Cooperation Project for Comprehensive Training of Personnel from Cuba and the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela in Rational and Efficient Electricity Use aims to "implement actions of education, formation, training, awareness-raising, evaluation and diagnostics on energy issues, based on specific measures to contribute to rational and efficient  energy use, and thus safeguard our energy sovereignty, the environment, and future generations".

Implementation
No records of implementation measures.
Challenges
No identified challenges.
Outcomes

The achievements of the project have been identified by ECLAC (2010):

  • 210 professionals and technicians have been trained through 7 diploma technology courses on total energy efficient management (TGTEE) and another 30 have been trained in business energy management and load absorption through a training course on this subject.

  • 60 teachers have attended a diploma course on energy education for sustainable development.

  • 57 students have been enrolled in a Masters degree in energy efficiency.

References

ECLAC (UN Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean), 2010. Energy efficiency in Latin America and the Caribbean: situation and outlook. Chile: United Nations.