Goodbye Peru, it was a pleasure working here - EnDev Peru closing event on 25 October

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Peru 2018/11/09

9 November 2018

The event location illuminated only by solar-powered lanterns, displays of improved stove and solar dryer models and other energy technologies – the closing event showcased EnDev's work of 10 years.

Mr. Arjen Kool in discussion about solar-powered appliances at the event's technology exhibition

EnDev closing event Peru, 25.10.2018 0876.JPG Mr. Arjen Kool in discussion about solar-powered appliances at the event's technology exhibition

25 October 2018. After 10 years of continued work in the country, EnDev Peru will come to an end by December 2018. During this time, the project has provided technical assistance and shared its experience with a large number of public and private actors always following one primary objective: that more households gain access to energy in order to reduce energy poverty and improve the quality of life for Peruvian families. Until mid-2018, the project had achieved to provide more than two million Peruvians with improved access to energy through various technologies ranging from improved cookstoves to solar systems and grid connections.

Ana Moreno, Head of EnDev Peru, giving an overview of EnDev's work while the room was illuminated only by solar-powered lamps. Photo: © GIZ





Lively exchange on stage and at the exhibition

On 25 October, close to 150 people from across the sector participated in the official closing event held in Lima. Among them the official representatives Rosendo Ramírez, General Director of Energy Efficiency of the Ministry of Energy and Mines, and Arjen Kool, Deputy Head of Mission of the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, who shared words of appreciation on the achievements accomplished by EnDev Peru.
A solar water heater was exhibited at the venue. Photo: © GIZ

The exhibition organised alongside the event, where entrepreneurs empowered by EnDev Peru displayed their products and shared their stories, was visited by the participants engaging in active discussions with the entrepreneurs.

For more colourful impressions and insights in EnDev’s work in Peru, please have a look at the last edition of the project’s magazine Amaray “EnDev Peru - 10 years”.

Various improved cookstove models were exhibited at the venue. Photo: © GIZ