|| The mapping project contributes to enabling private actors to make informed decisions, implement more scalable projects and optimise their business strategies. International and national public institutions and donors can utilise the mapping in their ongoing preparation and development of country level support programmes. The mapping will also help them both in aligning activities to SE4All priorities and on the strategic level help to improve coordination in the sector.
In terms of outcome, the mapping project received good feedback from mini-grid stakeholders, chiefly international (development) organisations, private companies, NGOs, finance institutions and academia. Key public sector respondents include AfDB, DFID, ECREEE, EIB, EnDev, EUEI PDF, GIZ, Global LEAP, IDB, IRENA, SNV and UNEP and as well as relevant government bodies as for example of Kenya, Malawi, Spain and the Philippines. Key private companies, foundations and funds include the ACRA-CCS, EDP, FFEM, FRES, GVEP International, IED, OFID, Rassembleurs d’Energies (ENGIE), Rockefeller Foundation, Schneider Electric, Trojan Battery, and many others.