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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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  • eCooking: A more efficient cereal business

    Just a few kilometres away from the long and winding Thika Superhighway that leads to Ethiopia, Kenya’s neighbour to the North, lies Ruiru within Kiambu county. This area, one of …

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

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

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

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    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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    Through SNV, EnDev works on a programme to address the negative social, economic, environmental, and health impacts of traditional cooking in rural Cambodia.

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    Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC)

    EnDev DRC has two components. It supports the production and adoption of improved wood and charcoal cookstoves.

  • Multi-Country Project
    Enabling energy access through Demand-Side Subsidies (DSS)

    Through Demand-Side Subsidies (DSS), EnDev seeks to close the affordability gap for renewable electricity and improved cooking.

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    EnDev promotes electrification through pico hydro power and micro hydro power plants. Besides, it helps establish a network of improved cookstove producers.

  • Creating opportunities on the island Idjwi

    EnDev brings clean cooking to even the remotest areas in the Democratic Republic of Congo

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    EnDev promotes improved cookstoves, its partner SNV facilitates access to off-grid electricity. Both sectors are supported with results-based financing projects.

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    EnDev Liberia develops markets for solar systems and improved cookstoves and supports health and educational facilities.

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    EnDev’s partner ADES helps expand the local production capacity for improved cookstoves and raises awareness for clean cooking benefits.

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    EnDev works to enhance a financially sustainable market for improved cookstoves. A results-based financing scheme supports rural sales agents.

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    EnDev has helped provide basic electricity services to households. In the current project phase, it promotes improved biomass energy technologies for cooking.

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    EnDev supports grid densification and trains participants of the solar products market. On top of that, it strengthens improved cookstove entrepreneurs.

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    EnDev helps financing grid extension to rural areas. It also supports remote communities in gaining access to electricity from micro hydro power plants.

  • Multi-Country Project
    Promotion of Climate-Friendly Cooking: Kenya and Senegal

    The project is contributing to reducing Green House Gas emissions and improving people’s living conditions.

  • Scents from the Amazon with Woman’s Energy

    In Bolivia, women-led cooperatives are able to diversify their product range through the Productive Use of renewable Energy.

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    EnDev is implementing a private sector participation project for hydro power plants. Besides, it offers results-based financing for decentralised energy solutions.

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    The project promotes cookstoves by establishing a commercial supply chain. It also facilitates access to electricity in rural areas.

  • Multi-Country Project
    Strengthening the Entrepreneurial Ecosystem for Clean Cooking (SEE-CC)

    Switching to clean cooking transforms lives. It improves health, protects the climate, empowers women and helps consumers save time and money.

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    Sustainable Energy for Smallholder Farmers in Ethiopia, Kenya, and Uganda

    In January 2021, the IKEA Foundation in partnership with EnDev started to promote PUE in Ethiopia, Kenya and Uganda.

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    Together with its partner SNV, EnDev introduces appropriate cooking technology to biomass consumers. In addition, the picoPV market is supported.

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    EnDev improves the quality of cookstoves, helps disseminate solar systems and supports grid densification. Besides, it is setting up a refugee project.


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    Call for Applications: Independent Verification Ag…

    Background Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) is a German government owned agency, that implements technical cooperation measures, mainly commissioned by German Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). In …

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    Call for Applications: Demand Side Result Based Fi…

    Background (Find the call here in PDF to download) Private Sector Foundation Uganda (PSFU) in partnership with Energising Development (EnDev), with funding from the Netherlands Directorate General for International Cooperation, …