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About Energising Development

Energising Development (EnDev) is an energy access partnership currently financed by six donor countries: the Netherlands, Germany, Norway, United Kingdom, Switzerland and Sweden. EnDev promotes sustainable access to modern energy services that meet the needs of the poor - long lasting, affordable, and appreciated by users. EnDev works in 25 countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America. Since 2005, EnDev has taken a leading role at promoting access to Sustainable Energy for All. The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) cooperates closely with the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO) on the global programme level. Read more.



EnDev-supported energy initiative FOCAEP in Central America wins international award

12 June 2017

The FOCAEP initiative boosts access to renewable energy for vulnerable populations through the installation of improved wood stoves and the development of micro-hydroelectric plants and solar systems curated en 364571494517675149 pdf 114841-WP-v2-FI.png

The World Bank’s State of Electricity Access Report 2017 was launched, with a special feature by EnDev on Results-Based Financing

30 May 2017

EnDev members from RVO, SNV, and GIZ contributed to the SEAR Special Feature “Results-Based Financing. A promising new tool for energy access”

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EnDev joined the international discussion on counting methodologies at the Vienna Energy Forum 2017

22 May 2017

On 9-12 May 2017, the Vienna Energy Forum took place, providing a platform for debate on practical solutions to 21st century developmental challenges addressing sustainable energy

17.3 Million People with Energy Access

EnDev supports people gaining access to energy services in Africa, Asia and Latin America. In twelve years, EnDev has reached 17.3 million people for as little as EUR 20 per person. This experience could be the base to target all people without access to energy.

Since 2005 EnDev has helped

  • 17.3 million people obtain sustainable access to modern energy services in Africa, Asia and Latin America. This is more than people living in Norway and Switzerland combined;
  • more than 19,400 social institutions and 38,600 small enterprises benefit from sustainable access to modern energy services;
  • train 40,000 stove builders, craftswomen and -men, vendors and solar technicians.

EnDev Countries

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