REPP is delighted to announce the appointment of Ashufta Alam from the UK Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) as the newest member of its Board. Ashufta is a senior civil servant at BEIS, where she oversees a £2.5 billion portfolio of international climate investments. She is also the Director (Chair) of UK…
The IC is an integral part of REPP, with responsibility for implementing the programme’s mandate by selecting and monitoring transactions based on a wide range of criteria.
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REPP Academy 2020 is taking place over two weeks in October and is designed to help the REPP investees fulfil their business plans and deliver power across countries in Africa.
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The free-to-use resource offers a practical guide to help renewable energy developers integrate a gender equality perspective into their projects.