Selected Projects and Exchanges of our 2017 Call for Proposals

Following our last SEPS call in 2017, which was focused on Projects and Exchange Activities in Latin America and the Caribbean as well as in South/South East Asia, we are pleased to announce the projects and knowledge exchange activities we have selected for SEPS support.

Capacity-Building, Democratisation of Technology and Local Advocacy through the Ecuadorian Biodigester Network (RedBioEc)

OrganisationGreen Empowerment

Country: Ecuador

Affordable Finance for Sustainable Energy: Sharing Successful Models in South East Asia

OrganisationNexus for Development

Country: Cambodia

Waste to Wisdom: Supporting Biodigester Practitioners in South East Asia

OrganisationGreen Empowerment

Country: Malaysia / Sri Lanka / Philippines

A Country Level Market Assessment for Small Wind Turbines

Organisation:KAPEG

Country: Nepal

“Biogas for Energy” – E-Learning Platform for Latin America and the Caribbean

OrganisationCIBiogás

Country: Brazil

Wind Water Pumping Systems

OrganisationWind Empowerment

Country: Worldwide

Using Community Ambassadors for Community Exchange on Renewable Biogas Energy Generation from Wastewater for Sustainable Development

OrganisationBarbados Water Authority

Country: Barbados

Improving the Sustainability of Micro-Hydropower Projects: Development of Knowledge-Sharing Tools

OrganisationTONIBUNG CREATE

Country: Malaysia

Unlocking Credit to Promote the use of Commercial Biogas in the Poultry Industry

OrganisationWinrock Nepal

Country: Nepal

Improving Agricultural Profitability for Smallholder Farms by introducing Solar Powered Mobile Cold Storage

Organisation: PEEDA

Country: Nepal

Productive Use of Wind in Argentina – Developing Rural Areas with an Abundant Resource

OrganisationWind Empowerment

Country: Argentina

Community Energy Center and Eco Sustainability Park in the Municipality of Independencia

OrganisationMunicipality of Independencia

Country: Chile

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