IFC Uganda

Study to identify Opportunities for Private Engagements in the Refugee Hosting Areas of Uganda under the Dutch Partnership for Improved Prospects

Study to identify Opportunities for Private Engagements in the Refugee Hosting Areas of Uganda under the Dutch Partnership for Improved Prospects

Undertook a market assessment on renewable energy opportunities for lighting, cooking and productive use to deepen the knowledge and data in and around 12 refugee hosting districts in Uganda and identifying entry points for private sector engagement. The results of this assessment will be used internally to design mechanisms for attracting private investors in energy as well as externally as outreach to private sector energy providers with intent of bringing private sector investment and innovation to the energy access agenda.

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