Energy 4 Impact
Finance and Policy
Energy 4 Impact launched their final paper in a series of five reports from its Crowd Power programme on energy access related crowdfunding and peer-to-peer (P2P) lending in Sub-Saharan Africa and Asia.
Digital technologies are helping sub-Saharan African countries tap new sources of capital as they seek ways to close the energy access gap, writes Ben Good, CEO of Energy 4 Impact.
Business and markets
Energy 4 Impact, a non-profit organisation, has released a first of a kind report profiling those that are funding energy access-related crowdfunding campaigns and...
Ten international start-ups have been awarded for bringing innovation into the cold chain market, which will ultimately improve economic outcomes for various regions and...
Energy 4 Impact is pursuing a new approach that involves community members in the development and operation of mini-grids in Rwanda. Under the Sida-funded...