The capacity building project “Renforcement du CLUB ER” financed through Energy Facility II, aims to accelerate the sustainable development of rural electrification in Africa. This is done through the development of an African network of expertise and exchange of best practices as a tool for lobbying and advocacy, in the field of rural electrification for capitalizing on experiences.
The project "Sustainable Energy Service for Rural Isolated populations through Micro-grids based on renewable energy on the island of Santa Antao (Cape Verde)" was a collaboration between several partners from both academia, the private and the public sector. The intend was to improve the electrification of the isolated communities of Tarrafal and Monte Trigo in Cape Verde.
The project "Rural electrification program based on renewable energy sources" was proposed and carried out to contribute to the development of poor rural areas in the Dominican Republic through electrification. The purpose was to promote the sustainable use of different forms of renewable energy, to improve peoples' quality of life and reduce the dependency on oil.