Man and woman in hard hats with schematics


infodev @ The World Bank

The Climate Technology Program (CTP) will create a global network of Climate Innovation Centers (CICs) to accelerate innovation in the development, deployment and transfer of clean technologies.

The program is piloting and assessing the feasibility of Climate Innovation Centers as a country-driven approach for accelerating the development, deployment and transfer of locally relevant climate technologies in developing countries to provide practice experience of climate innovation centers. The Climate Technology Program will engage developing countries that are particularly interested in building their own innovation capacity to seize the economic, social and environmental opportunities that new technologies and innovative business models can offer. A core strength of the approach is the establishment of a global network of Innovation Centers to facilitate and catalyze cross border, south-south and north-south collaboration.

The program is a partnership between the World Bank’s Information for Development Program (infoDev) and the UK Department for International Development (DFID)

Renewable Energy Ventures (K) Ltd's CEO, Joseph Nganga, has led the CIC work in Kenya since November 2009.

Start Up Fuel Cell Company

On going consulting project on market opportunity identification, target market analysis, competitive landscape analysis and strategy for launching into the Kenyan market.