SREP Madagascar

The Scaling Up Renewable Energy Program in Low Income Countries (SREP) is funded by the Strategic Climate Fund (SCF), one of the two Climate Investment Funds (CIF). SREP aims to scale up the deployment of renewable energy solutions and expand renewable markets in the world’s poorest countries. It pilots and demonstrates the economic, social, and environmental viability of development pathways that do not exacerbate global warming. Below you can download documents (in French) on SREP Madagascar :

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  • RECP : Mini-Grid Policy Toolkit

    • By: Club-er |
    • Published on Tue 04 Dec 2018

    EUEI PDF, executing the RECP, undertook a project to develop and disseminate a “Mini-Grid Policy Toolkit” with REN21 and the Alliance for Rural Electrification (ARE). The Toolkit targets...

  • Electricity Regulation Index for Africa 2018

    • Published on Wed 20 Jun 2018

    In 2018, the African Development Bank (AfDB) launches this Electricity Regulatory Index (ERI) - a country-by-country comparative assessment of the level of regulation development in this sector. In...

  • Zambia: which business models for mini-grids in Zambia?...

    • By: Club-er |
    • Published on Fri 27 Apr 2018

    Mini-grids will be one of the key solutions to supply electricity in rural Zambia, as in many sub-Saharan African countries. ENEA, consulting company dedicated on energy transition and energy access,...

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