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Mini-grids can offer a low-cost, timely option for electrifying the rural poor in Sub-Saharan Africa and around the world; ESMAP strengthens municipalities in the Kyrgyz Republic to respond to energy challenges; helping China strengthen its logistics sector to improve energy efficiency and reduce harmful emissions; bringing innovation to increase adoption of clean, efficient cookstoves in Uganda; and promoting lessons learned from Independent Power Projects (IPPs) in five countries across Africa.
Innovations and declining costs have made mini grids a viable option to boost economic activity in areas that would otherwise be waiting years for grid connection.
ESMAP support is strengthening the capacity of local municipalities to plan and implement energy efficiency activities and to prepare related investments.
ESMAP-financed project takes a unique approach for increasing adoption rates by focusing on value chain integration and results-based commercial distribution through the Distribution Challenge Fund (DCF) competition.
Efficient and green logistics will improve competitiveness, energy efficiency, and reduce harmful emissions while enhancing China’s infrastructure networks, connectivity, and integration in the sector.
A new Municipal Energy Efficiency Strategy will finance the design and implementation of investments in several Mexican cities across the country.
Power for Kenya's Urban Poor