Entries by EEP Coordination Office

Tanzania approves its first Wind Farm Project with EEP support

Windlab Limited and its local subsidiary Windlab Developments Tanzania Ltd has been awarded an Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) Certificate for the construction of the Miombo Hewani Wind Farm and Transmission line project, located in Southern Central Tanzania. Miombo Hewani has been approved for up to 300MW of capacity.  Windlab’s ESIA certificate is the […]

New EEP report on Mini-Grids

EEP Africa is launching a new report, “Challenges and Barriers to the Uptake of Mini-Grid Projects in Southern and East Africa” in mid-August 2018. The report uncovers new findings on the socio-economic impact of mini-grids on remote communities in Africa. If you wish to be among the first ones to receive the full report please […]

EEP Africa at African Utility Week 15-17 May

We warmly welcome you to join the EEP Africa Call for Proposals Launch at the African Utility Week in Cape Town on 15 May. The event takes place at 16:30 in the Workshop area 1. Please see more information here and remember to register for a free exhibition pass to enter the event. At the Launch you will have […]

EEP Africa Programme Results – Highlights 2017

EEP Africa has achieved excellent results and enabled access to clean energy for 900,000+ households in Southern and East Africa EEP Africa Highlights 2017 report presents results-based evidence from EEP projects and clearly shows EEP’s contribution to the Programme Impact of “greater access to sustainable energy services achieved through fast-tracking renewable energy projects supported by technological learning, […]

Signing Launches New Phase for EEP Africa

 The new Energy and Environment Partnership Trust Fund covering Southern and East Africa goes live with a combined commitment of EUR 25 million from Finland and NDF    NDF hosted a delegation from the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland (MFA Finland) today for the signing of a EUR 15 million financing commitment to the […]