As the world pulls together to fight the Corona Virus (COVID -19), the Africa Clean Energy Technical Assistance Facility (ACE TAF) is cognisant of the global disruption caused by the pandemic in all the countries we operate. We will be playing our part by adhering to the guidance provided by the World Health Organization (WHO) […]
During its inception period, between December 2018 and May 2019, the ACE TAF program carried out 6 Quick Win activities. These activities were chosen after stakeholder consultation was undertaken with a range of off-grid sector experts to identify potentially low-hanging enabling environment activities that could be started immediately, were likely to be able to achieve […]
During the last 4 months (February to June 2019), the Africa Clean Energy Technical Advisory Facility (ACE TAF), identified a few areas of support to the new Energy Ministry in Sierra Leone. The activity involved reactivating the Off-Grid working group – a platform for off-grid stakeholders that will coordinate and synchronise all off-grid efforts towards achieving energy […]
The United Kingdom has set up another funding window to improve electricity access to Nigerians and 14 other African countries, especially vulnerable rural communities and marginalised groups, using clean off-grid solar electricity. Expected to last for the next four years and funded by the UK Department for International Development (DFID), the programme – Africa Clean […]
The Africa Clean Energy Technical Assistance Facility (ACE-TAF) launched its programme in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire, on 25-26 June, at the 3rd Round of the Africa Energy Market Place (AEMP). The AEMP is an African Development Bank’s energy sector platform involving country governments, private sector and development partners to review and fast-track priority transactions capable of […]
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