Ground-breaking 2.4MW wind farm in Tanzania will help meet the energy needs of a rapidly expanding private rural grid network.
Three new resource definition slim wells will help pave the way for Zambia’s first commercial geothermal power plant.
Success of eight-investor funding round to help leading African micro-utility provide first-time electricity access to over 700,000 people by 2024.
A 100MW portfolio of run-of-river hydroelectric power and rural distribution projects to provide improved energy access for nearly three million people across four countries.
A portfolio of Pay-As-You-Go hybrid solar PV mini-grids will provide first-time access to clean, grid-quality energy to approx. 75,000 people in Tanzania.
Pair of run-of-river hydropower plants with combined 10MW generating capacity will provide improved energy access to 280,000 people.
Ground-mounted mini-grid project to connect 60,000 Kenyans to clean electricity for the first time over the next two years.
Partially completed 6MW project will improve energy access to more than 175,000 people in the foothills of Mount Kenya.
100MW portfolio of projects utilising large-scale solar PV, biomass, wind and minigrids.
Two-phase project to roll out up to 120 mini-grids in rural Rwanda that will connect up to 145,000 people to clean energy for the first time.
Small-scale grid-connected solar PV power plants totalling 7.2MW will provide much-needed additional grid stabilisation in one of the most underserved regions of Tanzania.
Ambitious mini-grid project will provide first-time energy access to 144,000 people across 72 villages in seven states of rural Nigeria.
Utility-scale solar project in Chad will significantly reduce the country’s total reliance on fossil fuel-powered energy and boost generating capacity by 20%.
50MW grid-connected onshore wind farm will improve energy access to hundreds of thousands of people and lead to over 73,000 tonnes of avoided CO2 emissions every year.
Innovative service providing rural communities with credit to purchase solar systems is looking to double its reach after securing additional US$25m funding.
Ground-breaking 20MW utility-scale solar farm in Liberia to increase country’s generation capacity by 15% and improve energy access for tens of thousands of people.
7.5MW solar PV power plant will improve the energy supply of nearly 90,000 people in Burundi, while providing 300 temporary and 50 permanent jobs.
PAYG solar home systems project to connect 930,000 people in Cameroon to clean electricity for the first time.
Two-phase project to scope out suitability of Church-owned properties for subsequent installation of solar PV panels to provide supplementary power.
Far-reaching solar home systems project will connect more than 150,000 people to clean electricity for the first time and create nearly 300 new jobs.