REEEP’s Call on Energy Efficiency Projects Proposals

Deadline: 21 September, 2012
Open to: NGOs, governments, regulators, businesses, enterprises, local financial institutions and others to submit project proposals that facilitate the upscaling of renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies at national and international levels.
Grant: REEEP will support approximately 30 projects with €4.1 million in total REEEP funds


The Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership (REEEP) has announced a call for proposals under its 9th programme cycle to provide support of €4.1 million in total as funding to up to 30 projects  that—through a range of interventions—will accelerate the deployment of renewable energy and/or energy efficiency technologies. The project call has been made possible by the contributions of the Governments of Norway, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.

REEEP 9th Call in Overview

  • Will support approximately 30 projects with €4.1 million in total REEEP funds
  • The maximum level of REEEP funding available per project is €150,000; co-funding is strongly encouraged
  • Five thematic topics: scaling up successful business models; supporting off-grid generation; harnessing clean energy in food production; employing clean energy in providing a reliable water supply; opening up energy data in emerging markets
  • More specific topics have also been defined by region – see the Call for Proposals document
  • Primary priority countries: Brazil, Colombia, China, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Peru, South Africa and Vietnam – secondary priority countries also considered; see full list in the Call for Proposals document
  • Online application process via Project Management Information System (PMIS)
*Countries with secondary priority are: Bolivia, Nicaragua, Bangladesh, Nepal, Lao PDR, Benin, Burkina Faso, Chad, Mozambique, Niger, Tanzania and Tunisia.


  • Initial proposals for new projects due by 21st September 2012
  • Shortlist inviting full proposals will  be published on 11 October 2012
  • Final, full proposals due by 9th November 2012
  • Proposals for replication and scale-up of earlier projects as well as proposals from governments, regulators and development financial institutions follow a one-stage process, with full proposals due by 9th November 2012

Application Process

The application process itself begins HERE.  You are strongly advised for reading the following documents before starting:

For more information please visit the official website.

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