In preparation for project closing, the ProGED Project conducted an End of Project Evaluation (PEV), looking into the OECD Development Assistance Committee (DAC) criteria for evaluation, namely, relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, impact and sustainability. The PEV was conducted on 19 June to 1 July 2016 by a team of three experts led by Ms Sabine Schacknat, an external consultant based in Germany.… read more »
GreenOvation, ProGED’s innovative way to support MSMEs go green through the use of mobile applications, named OneWatt as winner last 03 October 2015. Of the twenty APPs that went into intense competition after initial screening, OneWatt was named by the judges as the APP that would stimulate positive habits among MSMEs to efficiently use, better manage and sustain green innovations in energy.… read more »
It came at the right time! GreenOvation is in response to our country’s urgent need to stimulate interest in and applications of green practices and innovations among our MSMEs via mobile APPs whilst simultaneously enhancing their competitiveness and digital literacy.
GreenOvation is a Mobile Application Competition aimed at supporting green initiatives of MSMEs (energy efficiency, materials efficiency, water savings and waste water management, solid waste management, transport management, supply management and natural resource management) in the Philippines.… read more »
A 3-day special class on design and installation of Solar Energy PV will run on 22 to 24 October 2015 at the Archival Eco House in Talamban, Cebu City. Download flyer for more information.
GreenOvation was presented during the Digital Strategies for Development Summit 2015 held at Waterfront Hotel on 22 to 24 September 2015.
The GreenOvation team started a best practices magazine for MSMEs intending to apply greening practices and innovations,
What if you could power your iPhone from thin air? Making wires redundant was one of Nikola Tesla’s biggest dreams – a dream University of Washington researchers want to fulfill with PoWiFi. Shyam Gollakota and his team recently demonstrated technology at EmTech Digital in San Francisco that harvests ambient ‘backscatter’ radio signals to power battery-free temperature and camera sensors.… read more »