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In February 2020 a joint declaration was signed by the Director General of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), Mr. Li Yong and Mr. Orlando Antonio Quilambo, the Rector of Eduardo Mondlane University to promote sustainable development in the dissemination of renewable energy systems in Mozambique. UNIDO and UEM in the ambit of the Towards Sustainable Development for All in Mozambique (TSE4ALLM) project are aiming to develop a long term relationship to promote sustainable development in the areas of solar photovoltaic and biomass (waste to energy) systems; dissemination of renewable energy technology; promotion of the adoption of renewable energy technology; and the development of local renewable technologies for the agro-processing industry.
Effective January 2021, UNIDO and UEM with financial support from the Global Environment Facility jointly embarked on the activities of the TSE4ALLM cluster whose aim is to provide a sustainable platform for establishing linkages between Private sector, public sector, academia and research institutions, energy service companies and solution providers, technology suppliers in order to foster competitiveness in the adoption of integrated renewable energy systems. This will be achieved through enhanced cooperation, capacity building, and knowledge sharing, localization of technologies, matchmaking with international technology providers, and collaboration with research and academia that will ultimately lead to increased adoption of RE systems in Mozambique.