Selected Projects - SEPS Call in Latin America and the Caribbean

Following our most recent call for proposals, which focused on the introduction of small-scale energy-efficient renewable energy technologies and knowledge exchanges in Latin America and the Caribbean, we are pleased to advise that the following projects have been selected as being eligible for SEPS support:


Solar Mobility in Andean highlands of Argentina
OrganisationFundación EcoAndina
Country: Argentina
Project’s aim: to introduce and test electric bikes and electric motorcycles as mobility options in the Andean highlands of Argentina.

Removing barriers to Greenhouse Gas mitigation in medium scale agricultural livestock activities in Mexico
OrganisationIRRI Mexico
Country: Mexico
Project’s aim: to enhance the productive use of biogas by small agricultural producers in central Mexico.

Growing Esmeraldas with renewable energy
OrganisationGreen Empowerment
Country: Ecuador
Project’s aim: to improve cacao production and processing in order to increase the quality and value of the cacao bean in Ecuador.


Solar Water Pumping in urban areas of Argentina
Organisation: Secretariat of State of the Energy, Province of Santa Fe
Country: Argentina
Project’s aim: to install a solar pumping system in urban apartment buildings in Santa Fe, Argentina.



“Dragon del nuevo fuego” – Dragon of the new flame
OrganisationIRRI Mexico
Country: Mexico
Objective of the exchange: to expand the methodology and develop a manual for the arts based implementation of renewable biogas projects in Mexico.

Exchange and capacity-building in energy alternatives for food production
Country: Colombia
Objective of the exchange: to link the concepts of food and energy sovereignty through joint capacity-building, networking and hands-on training in Colombia.

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