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Shedding Light on Energy Innovation

A REEEP-supported initiative is bringing solar-powered reading lamps to rural Peru, providing an affordable, clean alternative to polluting, dangerous, and expensive forms of lighting such as diesel lamps. The key to the project—called “Digital Diesel: Pay As You Go Financing for Solar Energy in Rural Peru”—is a cellphone app that allows users to buy the lamp via small weekly payments.

Documentary highlights REEEP efficiency project in Indonesian tempe industry

If you’re interested in energy efficiency, improving health and livelihoods, and environmental protection, it’s time to talk about tempe. What is tempe? It is a firm soy-based product similar to tofu and the most consumed protein source in Indonesia. It contains antioxidants, and has numerous health benefits, including reducing cholesterol and preventing hypertension. Tempe in Indonesia is a €700 million per year industry, yet the majority of producers are micro, small and medium sized enterprises (MSMEs), most of which still operate under sub-standard, unhygienic conditions and use mainly firewood as fuel.

Norway

Through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Norwegian government supports the Private Financing Advisory Network (PFAN), a programme hosted by UNIDO and REEEP. 

The Norwegian Government has previously provided funding through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of the Environment and International Development for REEEP projects in its 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th funding cycles. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs also sponsored the Energy+ International Energy and Climate Initiative.

Australia

Through the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, the Government of Australia supports PFAN, a programme hosted by UNIDO and REEEP.

Previously, the Government of Australia funded most REEEP  in the Pacific region, first through the Greenhouse Office, then the Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts, and later via the Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism.

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