Alternative Energy Development Board Act

Passed in 2010
The Act creates an Alternative and Renewable Energy Development Board. The text largely sets out the formal standing of the board, outlying its financial status and how to appoint members of the board etc.

Specifically the functions of the board are to:
- Develop national strategy, policies and plans for utilisation of alternative and renewable energy resources to achieve the targets
- Act as a forum for evaluating, monitoring and certification of alternative or renewable energy projects and products. This includes a) acting as a co-ordination agency for commercial application of alternative or renewable technology; and b) facilitating energy generation through alternative or renewable energy resources, including: inter alia the promotion or development of renewable energy projects; and interacting with other agencies domestically and internationally for alternative energy production

The Act also allows the board to establish an institute of renewable energy technologies.

from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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