kbb2 promotes and supports wind energy development on the African continent by facilitating the exchange of political and technical information, expertise and experience in the wind energy sector. It aims to further the wind energy interests of Africa in particular and developing countries in general.
kbb2 aims to be an influential umbrella organisation representing the wind energy sector in Africa and thus assisting interaction and co-operation between all energy players. It will be a network through which support around the world will be obtained or given on wind energy matters. In this way it shall promote the development of and investment in wind energy on the continent.
kbb2 will aim to advance regional cooperation by encouraging communication and collaboration between other African wind energy and renewable energy member committees in Africa to promote renewable energy policy goals which are to contribute to:
- economic development
- alleviation of poverty
- protection of the environment
- improving quality of life for people in Africa.
All of kbb2’s activities are based on the following principles:
- The potential consequences of a continuation of increasing emissions of Carbon Dioxide and other greenhouse gases to the global climate are of such a serious nature that replacements for all polluting and hazardous waste creating energy technologies must be developed and adopted as soon as possible.
- National, provincial and local governments have a responsibility to incorporate strategies for renewable energy schemes into their policies, and they shall be encouraged to do so at every opportunity.
- Wind energy shall be the driving force for the immediate implementation of renewable energy in Africa, in keeping with the global trend of recent years.
- Wind energy solutions that involve and benefit local communities shall be promoted. These may be grid-connected and/or stand-alone systems.
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