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The third EEP In-Depth Study addresses the role of women and girls in renewable and energy efficiency projects of the EEP portfolio

Women and girls are important consumers of energy, and they benefit the most from the availability of sustainable and affordable energy sources. Women’s participation in the value chain of renewable energy solutions has been recognised as indispensable to realising the sustainable development goals. Gender equality is a cross-cutting theme in EEP and the new EEP […]

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Innovative Business Model: EEP project developer SimGas turns manure into energy and fertilizer

The fresh EEP S&EA Innovative Business Model publication features a rapidly growing biogas company SimGas. Currently operating in Kenya and Tanzania, SimGas manufactures, sells and installs domestic off-the-shelf biogas digester systems for rural farming households. Fed with water and manure from livestock, the digester produces both biogas for daily cooking, and fertilizer slurry which can […]

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Investors and Projects highlighted the value of the successful EEP Investor Forum

EEP organised the second Investor Forum in Nairobi, Kenya on 30 May The EEP Investor Forum was again highly successful in bringing EEP project developers who are looking for post-EEP investment in contact with potential investors. The event grew slightly from the first EEP Investor Forum as there was growing interest from projects and need […]