Resource centre

This hub aims to provide useful and relevant information to anyone working to support the growth of sub-Saharan Africa's renewable energy industry. Browse it for REPP news and publications, plus links to a carefully curated bank of external content and resources.

Recent announcements

Company update - 03/09/21

REPP Academy to focus on scaling up mini-grids

A tailored workshop being held from 11 to 14 October to help ramp up the development of Sub-Saharan Africa’s mini-grid and isolated grid sectors.

Company update - 17/08/21

Hybridisation project progressing in Madagascar

A ground-breaking operation to hybridise three heavy fuel oil (HFO) plants in Madagascar with solar PV is underway thanks to a USD 6 million bridge loan from REPP.

Company update - 14/06/21

REPP invests in landmark hydro project in Burundi

Plans to build a 10.2MW run-of-river hydro plant in one of the world’s least electrified countries have taken a significant step forward thanks to a USD 1 million development loan from REPP.

Company update - 03/06/21

REPP’s support for national policy agendas assessed in new report

The Renewable Energy Performance Platform (REPP) has published a new report analysing how its investments are aligned with the climate, energy and development priorities of the countries where it operates.

Company update - 29/03/21

Finance and development aces join Investment Committee

REPP is delighted to announce the appointment of Shelmith Theuri and Vijandren Naidoo to its Investment Committee (IC), where they will assume an integral role in implementing the programme’s mandate.

Press release - 11/12/20

REPP backs battery rental business

REPP has invested £1 million into renewables-powered battery rental company Mobile Power, which provides affordable energy access to off-grid communities in West Africa.

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Upcoming events

REPP Academy 2021 – 11-14 October

REPP Academy 2021 is a capacity-building event designed to help REPP-supported mini-grid and isolated grid developers successfully advance their projects and deliver power across countries in Africa.