Minigrid Sandbox

Key Players

Key Players

Government

The Ministry, through its Directorate of Electrification, will coordinate and provide oversight for the effective and timely execution of all the NEP components.

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Is the public authority that is responsible for generating and distributing of the off-grid power in the country.

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EEA is the regulatory organ of the energy sector It deals with license & certificate of competency issuance. The ministry issued the Mini- grid directives.

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Donors & Development Financial Institution

Rockefeller Foundation is investing 500MUSD in Ethiopia on Minigrid projects and support and aid to enhance Veritas Minigrid projects.

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Mobilizing Investment for NDC Implementation (MI), supported by the German Government’s International Climate Initiative (IKI)

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African Development Bank has made a financial support to the government of Ethiopia to develop a photovoltaic (PV) Mini-grid projects in 25 different rural towns/villages.

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The Energy Sector Management Assistance Program’s (ESMAP’s) Global Facility on Mini Grids (GFMG) project supports the World Bank’s portfolio of mini grid investments,

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Energy finance is a cornerstone of the EIB’s activity in Sub-Saharan Africa including Ethiopia, representing about onethird of total lending in the region.

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NGOs

Africa’s 1st Renewable Mini-Grid Industry Association Established in Africa to Help Drive Economic Development.

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Is supporting the GOE on productive energy use in the agricultural sector, off-grid program development, and energy efficiency.​

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The Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) is partnering with IKEA Foundation to improve access to energy in rural communities in Ethiopia.

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