RCREEE and RENAC assess capacity needs for green energy financing in Egypt, Jordan, Morocco and Tunisia

In the framework of RCREEE agreement with GIZ through the regional project “DIAPOL-CE Policy dialogue and knowledge management on low emissions development strategies in the MENA region”, RCREEE entered into partnership with RENAC Renewables Academy in Berlin to carry out the Capacity Needs Assessment (CNA) for a future capacity building project on green energy and climate finance in four countries: Egypt, Jordan, Morocco and Tunisia.

The green banking project is supported by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB), implemented by GIZ, funded by the German International Climate Initiative (IKI).

The main activities for the CNA include countries’ mission, where a series of meetings took place with key stakeholders contributing to and interested in green financing, together with workshops for financial institutions in each of the four countries.

The outcomes of the successful CNA missions will be concluded in a report, highlighting main results and recommendations, hence paving the way for the implementation of capacity building program customized to address the specific local needs and interests of every country.


The Renewables Academy AG (RENAC), based in Berlin, Germany, is one of the leading international providers for renewable energy training and energy efficiency education. Since our founding in January 2008, over 7,500 participants from 145 nations worldwide have benefited from RENAC expertise in the technology, financing, management and market development of alternative energy.