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  • How a new breed of distributed energy services companies can reach 500mm energy-poor customers within a decade | GVEP International
    the context of growing interest in the potential of mini grids to provide a solution to the energy access challenge Taking a step back from a dogmatic view of specific systems as a panacea it focuses on a technology agnostic market driven approach to rapidly scaling up the availability of rural energy services the distributed energy service company or DESCO model that we believe with the right conditions could efficiently and cost effectively reach somewhere close to 500mm people over the coming decade The paper outlines the characteristics of the DESCO model and discusses how it is different from the more mainstream energy access approaches It then puts forth a series of developments that in our view will need to be facilitated very soon for the model to realise its potential with a particular focus on the amount and nature of financing that will be required for broader DESCO penetration In so doing it is our aim to stimulate a fresh debate on energy access and help to concretely advance the agenda because despite increasing interest in this critically important area of basic service delivery with the current modus operandi there is a very real risk that the goal of

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  • Green Power for Mobile Bi-annual Report 2014 | GVEP International
    Mobile programme which are shared through this report This the 10th Green Power for Mobile Bi annual Report will look at the Programme s progress and highlight some of the market and trend analysis that was completed As you will read the team has added Myanmar to the GPM focus countries a country that presents a very interesting telecoms environment This deep dive into the Myanmar market led to organise the first Working Group in Yangon jointly with our partner the International Finance Corporation IFC In addition a market analysis on the country s global size of the off grid and unreliable grid market was conducted In addition to the new focus market the GPM team hosted an industry Working Groups in Lagos Nigeria following last year s event and kicked off an ESCO discussion group at Mobile World Congress this year which will be continued at our upcoming working groups In terms of tools made available by the GPM programme the deployment tracker recording the number of deployed renewable energy sites has reached 43 000 green sites in line with the GPM s market projection The past vendor landscapes were also converted into a new online Vendor Directory allowing

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  • East African Renewable Energy Forum and Exhibition 2014 | GVEP International
    Synthèses Policy briefs Rapports et Etudes Fiches technologiques Matériel de formation Actualités Ressources East African Renewable Energy Forum and Exhibition 2014 Posted on 13 Aug 2014 11 37 Event Tags Energy access The growing realization that investing in renewable energy can work to reduce domestic consumption of hydrocarbon reserves for power generation fueling economic diversification and growth is driving East Africa towards sustainable energy sources The investment in renewable energy and the commitment to a reduced carbon footprint will help to extend the lifetime of natural resources ensuring the longevity of the overall social and economic benefits for East Africa Up to 200 renewable energy industry stakeholders dedicated to ensuring East Africa s sustainable future will meet to discuss the deployment of renewable energy in the region and learn from presentations and case studies from both regional and international thought leaders Venue JK Nyerere Conference Center Dar es Salaam Tanzania Date 31st Oct 1st Nov 2014 To learn more about the event visit the website 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

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  • Ressources | GVEP International
    energy nexus Solar Wind Hydro Biomass Funding Mots clés MECS Awards 2nd Round of Innovation Fund Grants News Announcement Posté le 20 02 2014 GSMA announce the 2nd Round recipients of the Mobile Enabled Community Services MECS Innovation Grant Fund Tags Funding Power Infrastructure Development to Diversify East Africa s Energy Mix News Announcement Posté le 18 02 2014 East Africa is expected to diversify from its mostly hydropower generated electricity to additional opportunities Tags Global energy issues 2014 SEED Awards Applications Now Open Call for proposals Posté le 12 02 2014 SEED tailor made support packages available for start up social and environmental entrepreneurs who have developed innovative products or services Tags Global energy issues 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 Africa s Large Scale Hydro Realistically Clean Event Posté le 04 02 2014 As the Clean Power Africa conference gears up for May the question of large scale hydropower as a clean option will be on the table for discussion Tags Hydro Mobisol to Outfit 10 000 Tanzanian Homes with Solar Energy News Announcement Posté le 04 02 2014 Mobisol Tanzania Ltd a subsidiary of Germany s Mobisol GmbH will connect up to 10 000 homes with solar power in Tanzania Tags Solar Solar Assembling Plant Set for Uganda News Announcement Posté le 04 02 2014 The rise of solar equipment could see a new solar assembling plant being set up in Ugandan capital Kampala Tags Solar Concept note Water sanitation and sustainable energy in the post 2015 development agenda Publication Posté le 21 01 2014 This thematic debate aims to identify the main water sanitation and sustainable

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  • SEED Africa Symposium 2014 - Nairobi, Kenya | GVEP International
    Accès à 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 SEED Africa Symposium 2014 Nairobi Kenya Posted on 6 Aug 2014 14 53 Event Tags Energy access A forum for businesses policy makers civil society and support institutions to share their knowledge and experience explore partnerships and develop solutions to stimulate the growth of social and green entrepreneurship in Africa The event offers a variety of interactive sessions around innovative business models and collaborations that can drive the change to sustainable development More than 250 representatives will convene in Nairobi and discuss solutions to build an effective ecosystem for social and green enterprises For more information and registration please visit www seedinit org symposium Follow the event on social media SEED Initiative SEEDAS14 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 a

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  • The role of multilateral climate funds in mobilising private investment: a detailed review of the CTF, GEF, SREP, PPCR and GEEREF | GVEP International
    of the CTF GEF SREP PPCR and GEEREF Posted on 31 Jul 2014 17 10 Publication Tags Energy finance The multilateral climate funds MCF are one example of how climate finance is being deployed to mobilise private investment Many of these funds have an explicit goal of engaging the private sector in part by attracting private finance to MCF investments Our research builds on ODI studies of the broader effectiveness of a number of multilateral climate funds as well as research to understand the private climate finance mobilised through the bilateral efforts of German Japanese UK and US programmes Although the MCF do not currently provide information on funds mobilised through private finance interventions PFIs they do in many cases disclose targeted volumes of finance and details of proposed financial structures Using this information we have compiled a detailed dataset of 93 PFIs representing 30 billion in MCF public and private investment with every 1 00 of public finance aiming to mobilise on average 0 80 of private finance In addition we can begin to identify patterns in those PFIs that target high levels of private investment Download the publication here Share this page Encouragez l accés à l énergie

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  • Renewable Energy in African SMEs | GVEP International
    de formation Actualités Ressources Renewable Energy in African SMEs Posted on 9 Jul 2014 10 28 Publication Tags Renewable Energy The SE4All Energy Practitioner Network have published a report on African SMEs in the renewable energy sector In this study they provide an in depth analysis of the key industry players out of 370 identified companies and 60 institutions 77 SMEs were visited in 5 representative countries Senegal Ghana Cameroon Tanzania and Kenya This study provides an accurate and independent assessment of each company and its development prospects along with quantitative and qualitative indicators regarding business model technology scalability team social impact and investment readiness It is therefore not a new general study of the sector but rather a detailed panorama of existing players across several key countries in sub Saharan Africa This study has been realized in cooperation with local actors supporting African SMEs especially GVEP and ENDA Energy together with impact and social investment funds You can download the executive summary while the full study is available on etienne saintsernin outlook com 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

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  • Clean cookstoves and fuels carbon projects: A catalog of carbon offsets for sale | GVEP International
    tonnes of CO2 offsets for immediate or future delivery to voluntary or compliance buyers valued at 167 3 million Many corporations and governments are already supporting the clean cooking sector by purchasing cookstove carbon offsets to voluntarily reduce their carbon footprint or to meet mandatory emission reduction targets Additionally many companies that are not currently offsetting their emissions have already broadly incorporated corporate citizenship and sustainability into their business practices including reporting on greenhouse gas emissions and supporting programs that deliver environmental economic development education health and social benefits The Alliance believes that carbon credits from clean cooking projects offer the perfect intersection of environmental stewardship and corporate citizenship by providing a powerful combination of social and environmental benefits such as ENVIRONMENTAL The use of clean cooking technologies can reduce fuel use by 30 60 resulting in fewer greenhouse gas emissions and helping to mitigate climate change Reducing the use of wood and charcoal also reduces pressure on forests lessening negative impacts on habitats and biodiversity including endangered species HEALTH Clean cookstoves and fuels are evidence based cost effective methods to prevent and control chronic and acute health effects such as child pneumonia lung cancer chronic obstructive lung disease heart disease and burns at the global regional national and local levels ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT WOMEN S EMPOWERMENT The clean cookstove and fuel value chain offers new pathways for economic development and women s empowerment Women can participate in own businesses around and earn income from product design engineering manufacturing maintenance marketing distribution sales and related enterprise that involves cooking like restaurants and street food vendors LOCAL LIVELIHOODS EDUCATION Replacing traditional cookstoves with more efficient technologies can save households time and money often freeing up time to develop alternative livelihoods or receive an education In addition the clean cooking value chain offers

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