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SgurrEnergy has been selected as a partner for the Wind Energy Preparation Programme (WEPP), as part of the larger Malawi Renewable Energy Acceleration Programme (M-REAP).

The WEPP programme itself will encompass initial feasibility studies for a number of small wind farm sites, including anemometry mast installation and data collection on the preferred sites. The production of a full feasibility study and energy yield analysis for each site will conclude the project. The project is being led by the University of Strathclyde with UK partners: SgurrEnergy, IOD Parc and Community Energy Scotland. Partners in Malawi include the Government of Malawi (GoM), Department of Energy Affairs (DoEA), University of Malawi Polytechnic, Mzuzu University, Concern Universal, Mulanje Renewable Energy Agency, Opportunity International Bank Malawi and Energy Technology Partnership. The programme is being funded by the Scottish Government’s International Development Fund.
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