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The mini-grid and solar home system multi-technology approach – a way towards more finance for the sector?

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Learn from Lynne Wesonga of Crossboundary Access and Gillian-Alexandre Huart from ENGIE Energy Access about the untapped potential of integrating mini-grids, solar home systems and other power supply technologies under one unified management and financing structure. This innovative approach aims to harvest synergies, reduce costs, and improve profitability, thereby attracting new capital flows from climate financing and large-scale impact financiers.

For this integrated approach to rural electrification to materialize, there is a clear need for adaptability in policy frameworks and tender designs. Governments and grant providers must consider these factors in the evolution of funding structures, paving the way for increased private capital inflow into the sector.
To make multi-technology approaches in rural electrification a reality, collaboration across all sector participants is required. That's why the Alliance for Rural Electrification (ARE) is excited to bring you to the forefront of clean energy investment at the ARE Energy Access Investment Forum (EAIF) 2024, taking place in Lagos, Nigeria from May 21-23, 2024.
ARE Energy Access Investment Forum 2024 (eaif.energy)
CrossBoundary Access - Building the grid of the future
ENGIE Energy Access: Best Solar Best Life - Engie (engie-energyaccess.com)

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/inensus-gmbh/mycompany/
Twitter: INENSUS (@INENSUSgmbh) / X (twitter.com)
Visit www.inensus.com for more info.

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Chapters

1. Rural Electrification and Investment Opportunities (00:00:09)

2. Financing Challenges in Energy Access (00:05:38)

3. Improving Energy Access Through Mini-Grids (00:18:39)

4. Innovative Energy Access Funding Structures (00:25:33)

5. Financial Strategies for African Mini-Grids (00:39:46)

6. Attracting Financiers to Energy Access (00:45:44)

7. Unlocking Capital for Rural Electrification (00:53:15)

26 episodes

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Content provided by Nico Peterschmidt / INENSUS. All podcast content including episodes, graphics, and podcast descriptions are uploaded and provided directly by Nico Peterschmidt / INENSUS or their podcast platform partner. If you believe someone is using your copyrighted work without your permission, you can follow the process outlined here https://player.fm/legal.

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Learn from Lynne Wesonga of Crossboundary Access and Gillian-Alexandre Huart from ENGIE Energy Access about the untapped potential of integrating mini-grids, solar home systems and other power supply technologies under one unified management and financing structure. This innovative approach aims to harvest synergies, reduce costs, and improve profitability, thereby attracting new capital flows from climate financing and large-scale impact financiers.

For this integrated approach to rural electrification to materialize, there is a clear need for adaptability in policy frameworks and tender designs. Governments and grant providers must consider these factors in the evolution of funding structures, paving the way for increased private capital inflow into the sector.
To make multi-technology approaches in rural electrification a reality, collaboration across all sector participants is required. That's why the Alliance for Rural Electrification (ARE) is excited to bring you to the forefront of clean energy investment at the ARE Energy Access Investment Forum (EAIF) 2024, taking place in Lagos, Nigeria from May 21-23, 2024.
ARE Energy Access Investment Forum 2024 (eaif.energy)
CrossBoundary Access - Building the grid of the future
ENGIE Energy Access: Best Solar Best Life - Engie (engie-energyaccess.com)

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/inensus-gmbh/mycompany/
Twitter: INENSUS (@INENSUSgmbh) / X (twitter.com)
Visit www.inensus.com for more info.

  continue reading

Chapters

1. Rural Electrification and Investment Opportunities (00:00:09)

2. Financing Challenges in Energy Access (00:05:38)

3. Improving Energy Access Through Mini-Grids (00:18:39)

4. Innovative Energy Access Funding Structures (00:25:33)

5. Financial Strategies for African Mini-Grids (00:39:46)

6. Attracting Financiers to Energy Access (00:45:44)

7. Unlocking Capital for Rural Electrification (00:53:15)

26 episodes

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