Latest REPP news
REPP is pleased to announce the digital publication of our latest annual report, REPP Report and Financial Statements 2022-2023. For the past seven years, Camco-managed REPP has financed developers in the decentralised and small-scale renewable energy sector throughout Sub-Saharan Africa. This new report shows the performance of these projects in the year ending March 31,…
Press release - 27/11/19
Call for funding applications to support women-owned and/or managed renewable energy projects in Africa is aiming to help create equal opportunities for women in the continent’s rapidly expanding renewable energy sector.Uploaded 27/11/19
Including links to live recordings for both sessions, plus downloadable presentations and a guidance template for developers.
Press release - 23/01/20
Gigawatt Global’s 7.5MW solar plant in Burundi to become first grid-connected project supported by REPP to begin full construction.Press release - 11/12/18
London, 11 December 2018 – Sub-Saharan Africa’s small to medium-scale renewable energy sector has been given a major boost after the UK Government committed £100m extra funding for REPP. The additional investment should enable REPP to support the financing of up to 40 more projects across the region from 2019-2023 – providing improved or first-time…Press release - 15/05/19
Pilot project to build mini-grids in Rwanda under way after receiving financial backing from UK-government funded REPP
Initial phase of work expected to pave way for up to 220 mini-grids in the East African country, reaching up to 150,000 people currently living without any access to clean energy.
Press release - 05/04/19
UK-government funded REPP and EC-sponsored ElectriFI have provided US$2.2m and US$3m initial loans respectively to catalyse rollout of clean energy access to some of the country’s remotest communities.Uploaded 22/12/20Company update - 20/03/19
Innovative service providing rural communities with credit to purchase solar systems is looking to double its reach after securing additional US$25m funding.