Energypedia - Donors and Partners
Energypedia is grateful to the following donors, sponsors, partners and supporters for helping us to continue working towards our vision of free knowledge exchange and mutual learning on sustainable energy issues. If you want to support us please contact us: email@example.com and check our Partner and Sponsor Program
Green People's Energy for Africa – Mozambique Green People’s Energy aims to improve the conditions for decentralised energy supply in rural areas in selected African countries, involving both citizens and companies. To this end, GBE is working in nine countries across sub-Saharan Africa, including Mozambique. In addition to our country-based measures, GBE also support cross-national charitable projects and strengthen partnerships between players in Europe and Africa.
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) supports energypedia in promoting and sharing knowledge on humanitarian energy.
Energypedia Consult is an innovative company specializing in online IT-solutions in the field of development cooperation. Energypedia consult is a subsidiary company of energypedia nonprofit and the profits from energypedia consult contribute towards maintaining the platform, www.energypedia.info.
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Past Supporters (Grants)
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH is a federal enterprise which supports the German Government in achieving its objectives in the field of international cooperation for sustainable development.
In June 2017, energypedia and Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) signed a strategic partnership agreement on “Digitalization and Energy”. This partnership aims to promote digital knowledge exchange and sharing as well as technology transfer in the field of renewable energy, energy efficiency and energy access topics.
This strategic partnership will facilitate increased collaboration between energypedia and GIZ energy projects in the following areas: global knowledge management, digital documentation of knowledge generated and communication of good practices from GIZ projects, joint webinars and answering questions from GIZ projects through the energypedia community (crowdsourcing).
Should you be interested in collaborating with us, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com.
Networks and Partners
Since 2018, energypedia is one of the Official Observers to the United Nations Framework on the Convention on Climate Change.
Energypedia is a part of the following networks to promote sustainable and clean energy for all. It collaborates with its partners and networks to create new knowledge products and to promote digital knowledge sharing and exchange, in the realm of renewable energy, energy efficiency and energy access.
The Alliance for Rural Electrification (ARE) is an international business association that promotes a sustainable decentralised renewable energy industry for the 21st century, activating markets for affordable energy services, and creating local jobs and inclusive economies.
UNITAR is the capacity building and training branch of the United Nations, and hosts the Global Platform for Action (GPA) on Humanitarian Energy Secretariat. The GPA is a UN-led global platform to foster concrete actions to ensure that all displaced and host communities enjoy access to sustainable, reliable, affordable and modern energy by 2030, aligned with the SDG 7. The platform works in five thematic areas of planning, advocacy and policy, innovative financing, technical expertise and data, to address current challenge and barriers impeding energy access in displacement contexts.
Outsight International builds teams based around the specific needs of a project. Much like a Hollywood movie builds its production teams to match the right talent with a particular production, Outsight compiles the right expertise to tackle the unique and complex challenge. Outsight has a proven track record of delivering projects, working with clients to complete our project deliverables through a blend of Associates, Advisors and Strategic Partners who are global leaders in their energy sub-sectors. We also look to utilise our network of strategic partnerships with leading Humanitarian & Development Energy actors to create the best value possible for our clients, for example:
- Refugee Energy Experts embedded in Refugee & Internal Displacement Camps
- Global Energy Expert Networks & Rosters
- World Leading Research Funders, Think Tanks and Institutions
Ultimately, we look to facilitate a sector wide transition from euro-centric organisations being drivers of change, to supporters of change driven by the voices of the displaced and marginalised.
The ACCESS coalition consists of a range of civil society organisations (CSOs), both international and national working to deliver universal energy access, particularly within Sustainable Energy for All (SEforAll), Sustainable Development Goal 7 (SDG7) implementation and other global energy initiatives.
EnAccess funds open-source solutions for energy access with partners who have proven that their ideas have a demonstrated market need and/or appetite. The "building blocks" that EnAccess publishes are free, easily accessible, and have helped the energy access sector save valuable time, money, and resources.
Energy Access Practitioner Network is a global platform that brings together energy service providers and stakeholders from 170 countries to support the delivery of clean, reliable, and affordable decentralized energy as a contribution to the United Nations’ Sustainable Energy For All Initiative goal of universal energy access by 2030.
Energy for all Partnership was formed specifically to build platforms for cooperation, exchange, innovation, and project development in Asia and the Pacific region. We’re bringing together key stakeholders from business, finance, government, and NGOs for a singular purpose: to drive action.
The Hydro Empowerment Network (HPNET) is a knowledge exchange and advocacy platform for micro/mini hydro practitioners in south and southeast Asia, focusing on policy, technology, and socio-environment solutions for long-term sustainability.
Power for All advances renewable, decentralized electrification solutions as the fastest, most cost-effective and sustainable approach to universal energy access.
The Sustainable Sanitation Alliance (SuSanA) is an open international alliance with members who share a common mission on sustainable sanitation and are dedicated to understanding viable and sustainable sanitation solutions.
ALER (Lusophone Renewable Energy Association) is a non-profit association with the mission to promote renewable energy in Portuguese-speaking countries. ALER’s scope covers all technologies and types of projects, whether on -grid, off-grid or mini-grid systems
Energising Development (EnDev) is an energy access partnership currently financed by six donor countries: the Netherlands, Germany, Norway, United Kingdom, Switzerland and Sweden. EnDev is implemented by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH.
The Energy Sector Management Assistance Program (ESMAP) is a global knowledge and technical assistance program administered by the World Bank. Its mission is to assist low- and middle-income countries to increase know-how and institutional capacity to achieve environmentally sustainable energy solutions for poverty reduction and economic growth.
The GIZ programme HERA - Poverty-Oriented Basic Energy Services promotes access to renewable energy and their sustainable and efficient use. On behalf of the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) GIZ has supported the dissemination of energy-saving technology and adapted energy supply solutions for 30 years.
The IRENA Renewable Energy Learning Partnership (IRELP) was formed to increase awareness of, and broaden access to, educational opportunities and resources in the fast-growing sector.
Leonardo ENERGY - The Global Community for Sustainable Energy Professionals unites professionals from over the world dedicated to electrical power and sustainable energy. It is managed by the European Copper Institute in close cooperation with its partners.
The Microenergy Systems Research Group at the Technical University of Berlin promotes research in the field of Microenergy Systems s a multi-disciplinary research group, that devotes itself to the analysis of the planning, the potential assessment, the design of products and services, the implementation, the use and the impacts of small scale energy systems in structurally weak areas.
Open Energy Information (OpenEI) is a knowledge sharing online community dedicated to connecting people with the latest energy information and data. By providing access to energy-related information via geographic discovery, visualizations and apps, and topic-oriented gateways.
Practical Action is an international NGO that uses technology to challenge poverty in developing countries.
The Public-Private Partnership in Infrastructure Resource Center for Contracts, Laws and Regulation (PPPIRC) is a World Bank resource containing sample public-private partnership (PPP) agreements and concessions, checklists and sample clauses, terms of reference, risk matrices, standard bidding documents developed by government agencies and sample PPP and sector legislation and regulation.
www.reegle.info is a content-rich clean energy portal provided by REEEP and REN21 that is focused on unlocking clean energy information and data.
The Pedagogical University/Universidade Pedagógica is one of Mozambique 's principal universities. It's primary mission is the of training teachers and boards of education with higher education, providing them with scientific and pedagogical-didactic tools they need to deliver a high quality education in the education sector.
The University of Hohenheim (Stuttgart, Germany), Intitute of Agricultural Engineering / Agricultural Engineering in the Tropics and Subtropics is working on technologies for improved efficiency of water and energy use.
Efficiency for Access is a coalition promoting energy efficiency as a potent catalyst in global clean energy access efforts. Coalition programmes aim to scale up markets and reduce prices for super-efficient, off- and weak-grid appropriate products, support technological innovation, and improve sector coordination.
World Rainforest Day was launched on June 22nd, 2017 by Rainforest Partnership as a collaborative effort to raise awareness and encourage action to protect the world’s rainforests.
Launched in 2011 as a workshop, the event attracted more and more participants and aroused more and more enthusiasm, also among exhibitors and event partners. Since 2020 the Alliance for Rural Electrification is the official conference partner of the Off-Grid Expo+Conference.
Support in Kind
Thanks to Heatmap for providing us free access to the heatmap software.