The Project aims to catalyze private investment in clean energy generation, transmission and distribution as well as other related infrastructure in Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe. The Project will advise specific companies, authorities and other sector aggregators to implement specific solutions as well as address market barriers to help more private companies develop renewable energy projects in the priority countries. As a result, the Project will contribute to the reduction of GHG emissions and increase the number of people with access to power.
To achieve its objective, the project will work with individual firms, authorities and other sector aggregators (financial institutions, donors and international development partners, business associations and NGOs). The project will provide customized advice to these categories of stakeholders, including support of transactions (feasibility study, deal structuring), market studies and technology assessments, energy loss reduction, work on policy guidelines and secondary regulations to unlock opportunities for private sector participation.
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