The objective is to promote the use of energy-efficient technologies among the general public. This is done through education and capacity-building for teachers and students at basic and university level, as well as increasing the knowledge of decision and policy makers on the economic viability of energy-saving technologies.

Implemented in

  • Africa
  • Zambia

Sectors of activity
Environmental Services, Education, Energy, Scientific Research, Development and Innovation

Type of initiative
Education & Awareness Raising, Policy Frameworks & Tools

Type of lead actor
Scientific and Technical

Start date

End date


The objective of this project is to show influence of lifestyle, behaviour and technology on household energy performance and show possibilities of energy efficient technologies for large public.


As collected through the One Planet Reporting

Output level

Training for SCP

  • Building energy simulation courses for Copperbelt University CBU students 31.10-4.11.2017 Kitwe, Kalumbila & Lumwana, Zambia

Impact and Results

1) Development of the knowledge and expertise of university teachers and students by implementing building system energy simulation tools and methods in university courses, 2) Material and web-based tool for basic education of public and youth, 3) Increasing the knowledge of decision and policy makers about economic viability of energy saving technologies; practical case studies and business cases.