Entries by KPMG ECO

INVITATION TO APPLY – EEP Investor Forum in Nairobi, 30 May 2017

Following the success of the 2016 Investor Forum in Johannesburg, EEP S&EA will be hosting its second Investor Forum in Nairobi on the 30th of May 2017. EEP Investor Forum offers an exclusive opportunity for the EEP project developers to meet potential investors and discuss about further project financing beyond the EEP.  Apply now for […]

The Power of Fire – Innovative Business Model by BioLite

The brand-new EEP Innovative Business Model features a social enterprise BioLite, whose HomeStove products combine benefits of faster and cleaner cooking, device charging and economic savings while using a basic fuel like firewood. With its innovative biomass cookstove technology, BioLite can address multiple energy needs (ie. cooking, charging, lighting) simultaneously and cost-effectively. The unique value […]

EEP S&EA Annual M&E Programme Report 2016 published

According to the EEP S&EA Annual Monitoring & Evaluation Programme Report, EEP S&EA has experienced a very successful year 2016. The validated results of the 103 monitored projects (out of 223 approved for grant funding) show good progress on almost all indicators, and several indicators exceeded by very considerable margins. Total economic benefits through EEP […]

EEP Knowledge Exchange Forum on 11 April in Lusaka

The fifth EEP Knowledge Exchange Forum (KEF) will take place in Lusaka on Tuesday April 11 at the InterContinental Hotel. The successful KEF concept has been developed by EEP as a main tool in sharing knowledge and experiences between EEP project developers and other stakeholders in the industry. Our earlier KEFs in Johannesburg (2014), Dar-es-Salaam […]

EEP In-Depth Study on Solar PV business models

EEP S&EA has carried out a study analyzing and synthesizing experiences from different solar PV business models in the EEP funded projects in southern and east Africa. The key findings of the study focus on the suitability of the business models to different market segments, creation of employment opportunities as well as the role of public-private […]

EEP S&EA has published two new Innovative Business Models from Rwanda and Kenya

  NURU – GIVING LIGHT IN RWANDA The second published Innovative Business Model presents Nuru Energy (Nuru), a Rwandan company providing rural households with access to sustainable, off-grid energy solutions. Nuru’s business model provides not only access to affordable energy, but also a platform to develop rural entrepreneurship. The new, environmentally safe product offering involves four key […]

EEP In-Depth Study on Energy Efficiency

Energy efficiency is a concept that affects all systems that produce, transmit, store or consume energy and it has been called as one of the world’s greatest future ‘sources’ of energy. The EEP S&EA has published an In-Depth Study on Energy Efficiency. This report highlights energy efficiency issues relating to different technologies applied in the projects […]