Webinar: Lessons learnt from Results Based Financing (RBF) Projects in Promoting Clean Energy Services in Kenya
Date: Tuesday, 9th June 2020
Time: 2pm to 3.30pm EAT
This webinar is jointly organized by SNV Kenya, GIZ Kenya, CLASP, and Hivos with the objective to share lessons learnt and experiences that can inform the design and implementation of future RBF-based interventions. The discussions will cover past EnDev RBF projects for solar, cookstoves, productive use technologies, biodigesters, and minigrids.
- Introduction (SNV, Susanne Hounsell)
- Background to Endev RBFs in Kenya (GIZ Kenya, Walter Kipruto )
- Solar and Cookstoves (SNV, Saada Mohamed and Irene Mutisya)
- Biodigesters (Hivos, Jean Marc Sika)
- Productive Use (CLASP, Nyamolo Abagi)
- Minigrids (GIZ, Jackson Mutonga)
- Kenya Off-Grid Solar Access Project – KOSAP (SNV, Ashington Ngigi)
Further information is available here.
About the EnDev programme
The Energising Development (EnDev) programme is a multi-donor partnership, currently financed and governed by the governments of the Netherlands, Germany, Norway, the United Kingdom, Switzerland, and Sweden. EnDev promotes sustainable access to modern energy services for households, social institutions and small to medium-sized enterprises in developing countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America. The supported energy services meet the needs of the poor, i.e. they are long lasting, affordable, and appreciated by users.
EnDev implements results-based financing (RBF) schemes offering incentive payments to private sector market actors in the low-carbon off-grid energy sector in developing countries. Payments are made against pre-specified results achieved in delivery and sustainable operation of modern energy technologies and or services.