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Energising Change

EnDev is a strategic partnership of likeminded donors and partners to support access to modern energy. Access to modern energy is a prerequisite for social and economic development. EnDev works in more than 20 countries around the globe.

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News

  • News
    Scaling Climate-Friendly Cooking: New Guide on the Professionalisation Approach

    The Promotion of Climate-Friendly Cooking: Kenya and Senegal project has developed an innovative, market-based strategy to promote clean cooking access within Kenya and Senegal. The newly published in-depth guide to the so-called ‘Professionalisation Approach’ provides input on preconditions, implementation, and initial learnings from the approach.

  • News
    Celebrating Five Years of the RBF-Fund FASER

    Energising Development (EnDev) Mozambique, and the Fundação para o Desenvolvimento Comunitário (FDC) proudly celebrated five years of successful implementation of the Results-based Financing (RBF) Fund for Sustainable Access to Renewable Energy (FASER).


Vision & Mission

EnDev’s vision is for everyone to have access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy in 2030. EnDev grows and strengthens local markets for modern energy services and products at scale, in particular for the poor, ensuring no one is left behind.

  • 31,600,000 people

    have access to modern energy services
  • 102,820 micro, small and medium-sized enterprises

    grow their businesses through the productive use of energy
  • 33,940 social institutions

    including 20,310 schools and 2,390 health centres are supported with a modern form of energy
  • 32,610 jobs

    are created as a result of EnDev support


Portfolio

EnDev works in more than 20 countries across Africa, Asia and Latin America. Here, energy access needs are greatest. Learn how EnDev strives to close the energy access gap.

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  • Project
    Bangladesh

    EnDev supports a local cookstove organization and helps develop standards for the sector. It also works on a project for peer-to-peer grids.

  • Project
    Benin

    EnDev trains the national utility company to establish standards for grid densification in villages. It also promotes cookstoves for households and restaurants.

  • Project
    Bolivia

    EnDev supports the government in designing policies for the cookstove and solar systems sector. Besides, it trains retailers and supports grid densification.

  • Project
    Burundi

    EnDev Burundi focuses on increasing access to clean cooking. The project introduced a highly efficient, affordable, and locally produced biomass ICS in 2017 that is becoming increasingly popular.

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