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…
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Including links to live recordings for both sessions, plus downloadable presentations and a guidance template for developers.16/08/17
REPP signs support agreement with project developer Gigawatt Global for 7.5MW solar PV power plant in Burundi.
Tuesday, 11th December 14:30 ‐ 16:00
The UK Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) and UN Environment invite you to join a high-level discussion on the benefits of technical assistance and public-private partnerships, showing REPP and the Seed Capital Assistance Facility.06/12/18
REPP recently contributed to a workshop on Financing Climate & Renewable Energy Projects, organised by the Private Finance Advisory Network (PFAN). The meeting was held on 28 November in Harare, Zimbabwe, and was attended by renewable energy project developers, financiers and key government stakeholders, including the Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (ZETDC) and the…Uploaded 26/01/18
Seta Cameroon involves the construction of two 5MW grid-connected biomass power plants in rural Cameroon and is the most recent addition to REPP’s portfolio of supported projects in sub-Saharan Africa.* The power plants are planned for the cities of Ebolowa and Edea in the coastal and southern regions of the West African country. Once built,…
An overview of our December 2018 webinar series on developing solar PV mini-grids to IFC Environmental and Social Performance Standards with African Minigrid Developers Association.12/09/16
Programme signs support agreement for two run-of-the-river hydropower plants in Kenya with developer Virunga Power.25/05/16
REPP to join forces with the U.S. government’s development finance institution, OPIC, to jointly identify renewable energy projects.