REEEP announces its 9th Call for Proposals

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. The project call has been made possible by the contributions of the Governments of Norway, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.

REEEP acts as a market catalyst for renewable energy and energy efficiency specifically focusing on developing countries and emerging economies. Under this call for proposals, it is inviting 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.

This 9th Programme Cycle REEEP is interested in funding projects that will:

  • scale–up business models for clean energy to ensure growth in existing markets and new market penetration;
  • support decentralised and/or off-grid generation to extend access to energy and its related opportunities;
  • harness the benefits of clean energy in food production and the efficient use of energy in agricultural applications;
  • employ clean energy in providing reliable water supply; and
  • support communication and provide and open up energy data and information to
  • assist with informed decision making and planning as energy systems change.

Funded projects are required to be implemented over a 12-month period. Longer-term projects of up to 24 months’ duration are possible in special cases.

REEEP is seeking proposals from selected priority countries: Bangladesh, Benin, Burkina Faso, Chad, Brazil, China, Colombia, Ethiopia, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Lao PDR, Liberia, Mozambique, Nepal, Nicaragua, Niger, Peru, South Africa, Tanzania, Tunisia, and Vietnam.

Any proposal from a non-target country has a very low chance of securing funding; you may submit a proposal with the understanding that the chances are low.

The deadline for initial proposals for new projects due by 21 September 2012. For more information, visit this link.


  1. Ejula moses says:

    what can small community based organisation like youth initiative for development do inorder to enhace the programs for funding

  2. R/sir,
    I want to say that for along time our organization is working in various fields. and Now we try to mobilize and improve Education in communities and make them aware about feature and also we need for this Funding so i hope that some one will help these Unhelpfulness people.

    Thanks With the best regards;

    [email protected]

  3. Dorcas Aid International welcomes this Call for Proposals. We have recently done an assessment in rural Ethiopia focusing on alternatives to charcoal utilization which is so harmful to the environment. We would like to propose a programme focusing on biomass briquette production and marketing, hereby involving poor vulnerable houdeholds. The technology we would like to use is a simple technology that can be produced and applied by virtually everybody. Market studies showed a huge potential for briquettes. We believe that the combination of a market-based approach, involvement of private businesses, the government and small-scale producers will contribute in solving the problem in a sustainable way. We look forward to a fruitful cooperation.
    Kind regards,
    Peter de Hoogh
    Dorcas Aid International

  4. Raymond K. Appianning says:

    Live Foundation International is a not-for-profit corporation and committed to responding to the basic needs of people living in poverty across the world, with help of the partness. We are committed to responding to the needs of poor children and families. Working with indigenous community leaders, Live Foundation International assesses these communities to uncover important assets, and unmet needs in six core areas to ensure sustainability in those areas. Healthcare, Food Security, Clean Water, Education, Orphans & Vulnerable Children, Shelter. Partnering with the Live Foundation International provides life giving resources and opportunity for children and families who are struggling to defeat poverty. Your financial commitment ensure that sustainable initiatives are implemented that provide long lasting results. We work in remote villages and provide sustainable solutions for community transformation.
    Thank you,
    Raymond K. Appianning
    Executive Director.

  5. Albert K. Bwimga says:

    I like this. I am a vice Charperosn of Ungweru Foundation Trus, a local NGO in Malawi, which is working in the area of HIV and AIDs, Water and sanitation, Early Childhood Developmet (ECD), Climate change Programmes and Women and Girls Programmes. We appreciate the updates on call for proposals from Funds For NGOs. We hope we will come across one donor who is intrested in the Programme areas I have mentioned. Any donor interested working with this Local NGO should contact James Lusuntha, the Chaiperson on and Albert Bwinga, the Vice Chairperson We appreciate your updates and coll upon any donor interested to work with us to free free contacting us.


    Aolbert. Bwinga

  6. Creative Social Development Center(CSDC) says:

    Creative Social Development Center(CSDC) is a non-govt. non- profit voluntary & social welfare organization. CSDC has been working for the development of life status of the poor & distressed people of Bangladesh. CSDC wants to get information of fundraising through you. CSDC wished your cordial cooperation.

    With Thanks
    Emdadul Hussain
    Executive Director
    CSDC,PO: Daragra, Saturia, Manikganj, Bangladesh

  7. Mahendrakumar says:

    Miracle mission….