TU Dortmund University
TU Dortmund University has been researching and teaching since its foundation in 1968 with a special combination of faculties in the natural sciences and engineering, the social sciences and the humanities. Today, TU Dortmund offers its 25.000 students around 65 bachelor’s and master’s programs.
Projects: WACEE-Platform for Sustainable Economic Development, Climate and Resource Protection, Renewable Energy Supply
Technische Universität Dortmund
Economic growth in line with environmental, climate and resource protection requires innovative ideas and approaches. The West African Clean Energy & Environment Exhibition”, WACEE for short, provides a yearly platform to promote networking and exchange for creative sustainable economic development solutions.
A reliable, economical and environmentally friendly power supply is a prerequisite for sustainable development. In Ghana, a center of excellence for renewable energy and energy efficiency at the KNUST University in Kumasi will contribute towards building up the required know-how.
Sustainable economic development requires a considerate and efficient use of natural resources. The competence center for renewable energies and resource efficiency at the University of Kumasi in Ghana aims at showcasing how this can look like in practice. For this purpose, the University partners with two North Rhine-Westphalian Universities.