The programme is designed to follow up on FCDO Energy Africa Compacts with activities tailored to support policy reform and identify gaps, to ensure buy-in and commitments made in the compacts.
ACE TAF aims to complement government, private sector and donor initiatives to overcome many of the barriers preventing the development of markets for high quality stand-alone solar systems. As a result the programme is working to increase access to reliable energy leading to better well-being and livelihood opportunities for poor and vulnerable people in sub Saharan Africa.
We work in 14 countries in Africa sharing knowledge on stand-alone solar systems (SAS).
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Improved policies and regulations that enable private sector delivery and increased access to affordable stand-alone solar products.
Increased knowledge and evidence on the success factors for private delivery of off-grid solar energy across Africa.
Coordinating activities across ACE TAF interventions with other relevant and donor initiatives.
To deliver ACE TAF Tetra Tech International Development has brought together a consortium of leading players in the off-grid solar (OGS) and economic development sectors. Tetra Tech is responsible for the programme set-up, leadership and overall management. Tetra Tech takes an inclusive and collaborative approach to managing the consortium, ensuring that we engage partners throughout implementation.