The Program of Implementation and Dissemination of Biodigesters in Rural Areas of Senegal (PIDB), aims at reducing poverty and improving living conditions through access to biodigesters…
The project for access to electrical services in small towns in the Sédhiou region in Senegal, has had a great impact. Through a multi-technology approach the project has been able to adapt…
Because of long distances, it is often found too expensive to electrify isolated areas by grid. In the case of isolated areas close to neighbouring countries, however, it can in some cases be feasible to connect from the neighbouring country where the electricity grid might be closer. …
The Project, Access to modern and sustainable energy services, in Mali has successfully distributed 4000 improved stoves and 5000 solar powered lamps in cooperation with local women’s groups in 60 villages. The women’s groups have been organized in 4 umbrella organizations that manages their own funds…
The ACP-EU Energy Facility gathers project results via Indicators, which provide an updated image of the projects’ achievements to date.
The Muhura power line project has ensured that social services in the cities of Muhura and Bugurura, such as hospitals, schools, and high schools, as well as households, traders, and various workshops have been connected to a stable supply of electricity.
The CASE project has successfully helped in countering deforestation in Rwanda, by introducing more efficient stoves as well as efficient techniques for producing charcoal, affecting approximately 145,000 people.
Thanks to the support of the European Union, the NGO Delegation Fondation Akwaba and their Spanish technical partner Azimut 360 has installed photovoltaic mini-grids in 7 isolated villages in the region of Zanzan. This project, is an innovative first step…
The Energy Facility team is pleased to present an interactive map, which shows the geographical locations of all the Energy Facility projects.
An integrated approach to energy access in Malawi has proven efficient. Four years after the end of project implementation, the various activities of the Msamala project are still successfully run by the Balaka communities.

The ACP-EU Energy Facility (EF) was established in 2005 to co-finance projects on increasing access to modern and sustainable energy services for the poor in African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries, especially in rural and peri-urban areas.

Danish Energy Management (DEM) has been granted the contract of providing technical assistance for the monitoring of the Energy Facility’s projects.

The purpose of the contract is as follows:

  • To assist the relevant Units and Delegations of the European Commission and the ACP Secretariat in the monitoring of the Energy Facility projects. The DEM assistance consists of assuring the measurement and follow up on the performance of the projects and the achievements of the objectives of the Energy Facility.

The present website emphasizes the dissemination of project results. It allows to:

  • Contribute to the quality in implementation through the dissemination of results, success stories and lessons learned from the Energy Facility projects
  • Foster contacts and exchanges of experience between projects