Renewable Energy Project Resource Center (REPRC)
The Renewable Energy Project Resource Center (REPRC) is a wiki-based platform for collaborative knowledge exchange on renewable energy in developing countries. The REPRC offers project-relevant documents to the global energy community, with the objective of guiding project planning and implementation.
The library includes sample Terms of Reference, examples of Economic and Financial Analysis, templates of Surveys and Questionnaires, sample Procurement Documents, and Case Studies with analysis of success factors and lessons learned.
The REPRC is hosted by Energypedia, a renewable energy wiki platform that allows everyone to browse, search and add documents.
In order to add documents to the REPRC, users can follow these simple steps:
Request a free Energypedia account.
Go to the homepage and click on add.
Fill in the uploading form, select the file you want to upload and click on “Save Page.”
Energypedia is a wiki-based platform for collaborative knowledge exchange on renewable energy and energy access in the context of development cooperation. Recognizing that development in the 21st century requires access to information, energypedia is leveraging Web 2.0 technologies to remove knowledge barriers and expand the diffusion of information addressing the crucial question of how universal and sustainable energy access for all can be achieved.
On energypedia.info anyone can create and revise articles on renewable energy technologies, approaches and projects as well as energy efficiency. Energypedia aims to activate creative collaboration and practical knowledge sharing on the open wiki platform www.energypedia.info in order to spark innovation and opportunities that advance the cause of access to sustainable energy for all.
The platform is run by Energypedia Nonprofit which founded the commercial subsidiary company Energypedia Consult. Energypedia Consult is specialized in IT-solutions in the field of development cooperation. Profits from Energypedia Consult contribute to the financing of Energypedia Nonprofit.