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Organisation of the CEPGL for the Energy of the Great Lakes Countries
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Actualités Energétiques dans la région des Grands Lacs
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Mission and Objectives

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EGL's mission is to ensure the cooperation between the Member States of the CEPGL in the energy sector based on the following strategic areas:

  • Regional planning in the energy sector and analysis of energy policies of each member state  for the development of common policies on exploitation of energy resources;

  • Design and monitoring of the implementation of Community projects in the energy sector

  • Training, information and dissemination in order to strengthen national capacities in planning, understanding of energy policies and  projects management.

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Since the recovery operations in July 2007, the priority program of the EGL focuses on the following points:

  • Updating the  Regional Master Plan for Energy Development

  • Constructing  hydro power plants Ruzizi Ruzizi III and IV

  • Conducting technical and organizational studies on energy cooperation in the Great Lakes region

  • Strengthening of Community Energy Data Bank

  • Decentralized electrification by micro hydro, solar, wind, geothermal etc.

  • Diagnosing  the energy sector in the three countries of the CEPGL

  • Promoting projects on renewable energy

  • Identifying  projects to exploit peat especially in eastern DR Congo

  • Promoting the use of Kalemie mineral coal heavy industries of the CEPGL

  • Developing and Monitoring for the  control and energy conservation programs

  • Establishing  a Wood Energy Network to improve the planning of wood energy consumption 

  • Promoting research and development of alternatives to firewood and charcoal

  • Capacity building in the planning of the energy sector

  • Mobilizing financial resources to achieve the Ruzizi III hydropower plants and Ruzizi IV


Historical background

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 From 13 to 15 January 1970             

A meeting in Brussels brought together technicians in energy sector from three countries: Burundi, DR Congo and Rwanda. This meeting was concluded by the signing of a protocol on the establishment of a company responsible for the production of electrical energy in the Great Lakes region.                      

 July 15th, 1970           

In Brussels a Memorandum of Understanding the cooperation in energy sector was signed by the Ambassadors of Burundi, DR Congo and Rwanda.

August 20th, 1974

Creation of a non-profit association for the Study of the Electrification of the Great Lakes Region, named as EGL association. The activities of this association will commence in 1976.

September 20th, 1976

Creation of the Economic Community of Great Lakes Countries (CEPGL).

September 10th, 1978

Integration of EGL within the Economic Community of Great Lakes countries.

September 9th, 1979

EGL is was named “special organization of CEPGL  for Energy of the Great Lakes countries , named  EGL in acronym and its activities are extended to the entire energy sector.

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