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    Funding Mots clés Second West Africa Forum for Clean Energy Financing September 2015 WAFCEF 2 Event Posté le 20 08 2015 On September 17 2015 Abidjan Côte d Ivoire will welcome WAFCEF2 Tags Energy finance Kenya the Next Big Thing is Already Here News Announcement Posté le 28 05 2015 The fourth edition of The Next Big Thing competition to identify new clean tech ideas has been launched Tags Energy finance 4th Annual Powering Africa meeting Event Posté le 30 01 2015 EnergyNet s 4th Annual Powering Africa meeting will take place on 7 8 May 2015 in Maputo Mozambique Tags Energy access Energy finance The role of multilateral climate funds in mobilising private investment a detailed review of the CTF GEF SREP PPCR and GEEREF Publication Posté le 31 07 2014 This ODI publication is an output of the project Promoting effective climate finance Tags Energy finance Ethiopia Infrastructure Power Energy Investment Summit Event Posté le 03 04 2014 Addis Ababa 7 8 May 2014 Tags Energy finance First of its kind carbon finance loan fund launched to spur clean cookstove and fuel market News Announcement Posté le 27 02 2014 New Clean Cooking Loan Fund leveraging private sector finance to scale up the roll out of clean cookstoves Tags Energy finance CTI PFAN Launches Call for Proposals for AFRICEF 3 Call for proposals Posté le 04 02 2014 CTI PFAN is pleased to announce the Africa Forum for Clean Energy Financing 2014 AFRICEF 3 Tags Energy finance Growing SMEs Event Posté le 05 11 2013 International conference in Rwanda bringing together high growth entrepreneurs and experts in the topics of developing growing and financing SMEs Tags Energy finance The Carbon Finance Platform Knowledge sharing platform Posté le 01 10 2013 A comprehensive and interactive knowledge sharing platform with

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  • Call for Applicants For the Second Female Solar training course | GVEP International
    in Eastern Africa WISEE EA will conduct training for 20 female technicians from the county Governments NGOs women groups private sector and public Technical and Vocational Training Institutes of Kenya Objective of the course The solar PV course aims to enhance the capacity of female technical persons who have acquired basic skills in electrical installation solar PV systems who have entrepreneurship skills and are capable of educating others so that at the end of the training they become ambassadors and champions of our solar program to disseminate the learned knowledge in a structured format and empower other women The training will be conducted using a mix of classroom training and hands on exercises by trainers from WISEE EA and SERC Eligibility criteria We are looking for participants who are leaders trainers self driven entrepreneurs and are either already teaching or are planning to teach solar electrical technicians planning to set up or already owning a solar businesses and involved in solar PV or electrical installations The participants should have a relevant technical background or certification related to electrical energy preferably solar PV and should have at least one year of practical experience in the solar PV field or electrical installation Participants are invited from central and county government institutions private sector NGOs women groups universities technical and vocational institutes Upon the completion of the training the participants will be in position to acquire the T1 T2 license use the skills and knowledge in training technicians and empowerment of other women and promote the solar business within the country To apply for the training send us a copy of your CV and motivational letter explaining why you qualify for this training and how you will use it to empower other women by 6th October 2015 to Tameezan wa Gathui on twagathui

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  • Africa's new breed of solar energy entrepreneurs | GVEP International
    Ressources Africa s new breed of solar energy entrepreneurs Posted on 8 Jul 2015 11 55 News Announcement Tags Solar African economies may be booming but continued growth and quality of life are being jeopardised by lack of power The International Energy Agency IEA estimates 585 million people in sub Saharan Africa lack access to electricity with the electrification rate as low as 14 2 in rural areas The problem is most acute in East Africa where only 23 of Kenyans 10 8 of Rwandans and 14 8 of Tanzanians have access to an electricity supply according to the World Bank In spite of efforts to get people onto the grid population growth has meant these figures stay fairly steady with the majority of people still using costly and unhealthy forms of energy for cooking and lighting A number of companies and organisations on the continent have identified solar power as the solution And a new breed of solar preneurs is emerging increasing access to power and generating revenues at the same time Read the full story here Share this page Encouragez l accés à l énergie propre Faites un don à GVEP GVEP Publications We produce a wide range

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  • Mini-grids Mapping Tool | GVEP International
    10 39 Publication Tags Solar In the framework of the 2nd UN SE4All Forum the Clean Energy Mini Grids High Impact Opportunity HIO working group presented its first edition of a mapping tool covering clean energy mini grid support providers Available as a written publication and online this mapping tool provides an ideal resource for potential project developers Share this page Encouragez l accés à l énergie propre Faites un

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  • PV Systems for Rural Health Facilities in Developing Areas | GVEP International
    context of rapidly increasing price and the intermittent supply of fossil fuel photovoltaic PV systems are an alternative energy supply option Numerous PV system projects have been installed in health facilities in the past and are mainly used to power vaccine refrigerators and lights Nevertheless the sustainability factors have not been considered sufficiently in many cases due to improper system design battery misuse and under estimation of the daily load Main criteria for selecting the appropriate technology are the economic and technical aspects of power generation options in rural areas In small off grid health facilities where the daily load is low experience shows that autonomous PV systems are considered to be the best energy option However for medium and large facilities where the daily load is high hybrid systems e g PV with diesel generators are likely to be the most economic and reliable power option Lessons learned from field activities recommend installing a separate PV system only for vaccine refrigerator powering Due to their energy efficiency compressor refrigerators are recommended more than absorption refrigerators and the new generation of solar direct drive vaccine refrigerators can be an appropriate choice In the deployment of off grid PV programs in developing countries a significant role is played by main conducive factors which include regulatory frameworks institutional frameworks and business models These factors can function through setting up a clear policy and establishing an efficient management system as well as a transparent financial scheme to enable ambitious programs Lessons learned from past projects show that the sustainability of PV systems requires consideration of technology aspects capacity building operation and maintenance With PV systems for rural health facilities the installation itself is often less a challenge than it is to establish sustainable financing for system maintenance and spare parts replacement Download the

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  • Solar & Off-Grid Renewables West Africa Conference | GVEP International
    la finance Utilisation productive de l energie Étude de marché Services aux entreprises Impact Publications Rapports annuels Guides Synthèses Policy briefs Rapports et Etudes Fiches technologiques Matériel de formation Actualités Ressources Solar Off Grid Renewables West Africa Conference Posted on 13 Mar 2015 12 20 Event Tags Off grid Renewable Energy Solar This high level conference in Ghana will explore the huge Solar and off grid renewable energy market opportunities in West Africa with an elite panel of international expert speakers in depth discussions and networking opportunities Solar and Off Grid Renewables Africa aims to support and accelerate the deployment of solar and off grid renewable energy in Africa and break down the barriers to development financial political technological by bringing together key stakeholders including investors policy makers developers energy companies financiers NGOs manufacturers and suppliers To find out more and book your place please click here Share this page Encouragez l accés à l énergie propre Faites un don à GVEP GVEP Publications We produce a wide range of publications including studies reports guides and fact sheets Publications GVEP Accédez à nos nombreuses publications études rapports guides et fiches technologiques Suggest a resource If you think we ve missed

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  • Solar and Off-Grid Renewables Africa 2014 | GVEP International
    2014 Nairobi Kenya Solar and Off Grid Renewables Africa is a major new international top level conference and networking event which aims to support and accelerate the deployment of solar and off grid renewable energy in Africa It will help break down the barriers to development financial political technological by bringing together key stakeholders including investors policy makers developers energy companies financiers NGOs manufacturers and suppliers Find out more on

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  • Mobisol to Outfit 10,000 Tanzanian Homes with Solar Energy | GVEP International
    briefs Rapports et Etudes Fiches technologiques Matériel de formation Actualités Ressources Mobisol to Outfit 10 000 Tanzanian Homes with Solar Energy Posted on 4 Feb 2014 12 03 News Announcement Tags Solar Mobisol Tanzania Ltd a subsidiary of Germany s Mobisol GmbH will connect up to 10 000 homes with solar power in Tanzania The areas of Arusha Kilimanjaro Manyara and Mwanza will see the company s solar home systems installed to help electrify those not grid connected And on January 13 600 new systems arrived at the Kakute Ltd Mobisol headquarters in Arusha The company began its Tanzanian ventures in 2013 with a current client base of 2 300 in Arusha according to managing director Allan Demello Customers pay off their home solar systems in monthly installations via their mobile phones while Mobisol guarantees a one year warranty for lights and 20 years for the solar panels The contract also includes free servicing by qualified technicians during the duration of the warranty Source Alternative Energy Africa Share this page Encouragez l accés à l énergie propre Faites un don à GVEP GVEP Publications We produce a wide range of publications including studies reports guides and fact sheets Publications GVEP

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