The Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation
Reem holds a bachelor’s degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering. After graduation, she started her career as a lighting engineer before joining LCEC in 2014. LCEC provides her with a great deal of experience in terms of development of energy strategies and action plans. She is continuously involved in the implementation of rooftop and large scale PV initiatives across Lebanon. Reem is currently handling the implementation of a 3-year project for the optimization of energy use in public schools through innovative, monitoring-based renewable energy and energy efficiency pilot actions. She joined the Future Energy Leaders’ Programme in 2018 and took part in shaping the local FEL programme of Lebanon (FELL-18).
LCEC is an independent organisation affiliated with the Ministry of Energy and Water in Lebanon. It is a technical point of reference specialised in renewable energy and energy efficiency. LCEC works on setting national strategies and action plans to be adopted by the Lebanese Government and for the implementation and quality control of national projects and initiatives in the country. LCEC is also involved in the update and development of the legal and administrative framework needed for the greening of the energy sector. LCEC provides both the public and private sector with expert advice, finance and accreditation, develops energy efficiency standards and labels, and provides national energy database indicators. LCEC is the national focal point for Lebanon in the Regional Center for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (RCREEE), the League of Arab States (LAS), the EU-funded MED-ENEC project, the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), the Mediterranean Solar Plan (MSP), the UNEP-funded En-Lighten initiative. LCEC also represents the Lebanon Committee of the World Energy Council.