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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.


News

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EEP Africa Program launches new Call for Proposals

11 June 2018

The EEP Africa Program has launched a new Call for Proposals. EnDev and the Energy and Environment Partnership Trust Fund (EEP) are currently exploring closer collaboration.

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EnDev Rwanda publishes its Off-Grid Sector Status Report 2017

25 May 2018

The annual issue of the report for Rwanda provides an assessment of the off-grid solar lighting and mini-grid market development in Rwanda

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Call for proposals: solar PV hybrid mini-grids in Marsabit County, Kenya

30 April 2018

EnDev Kenya’s results-based financing (RBF) project Market Creation for Private Sector Operated Mini-Grids launches its new call for proposals

19.2 Million People with Energy Access

EnDev supports people gaining access to energy services in Africa, Asia and Latin America. In thirteen years, EnDev has reached 19.2 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

  • 19.2 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 21,900 social institutions and 41,300 small enterprises benefit from sustainable access to modern energy services;
  • train 40,500 stove builders, craftswomen and -men, vendors and solar technicians.

EnDev Countries

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Technologies

Solar Hydro Biogas Grid Improved Cooking
Energypedia

The wiki about renewable energies in the context of development cooperation.

Ongoing RBF calls