Population: 15,500,000

Energy Access

Power for All was launched in Zimbabwe in May 2016 at a multi-stakeholder event supported by the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Energy and Power. The campaign aims to address the issue of energy poverty in the country, where 9 million people lack access to electricity. The campaign’s four priority areas are to: provide support to the Renewable Energy Association of Zimbabwe, provide support  to the government, raise awareness of decentralized renewables, and drive collaborations—between civil society, the private sector and the government —that will rapidly increase energy access. Read more » 

campaign updates


Clean Energy Week
Nov 29

RE Policy Draft Review Meeting
Nov 17

Access to Finance Workshop
Oct 25

REAZ workshops
Oct 6, 7, 20

Solar Fair
Oct 1



    SustainZim: Distributed Renewable Energy: Powering the Future

    07 NOV 2016 | Centralized grid energy alone is simply unable to address Zimbabwe's current and growing energy needs. Decentralized renewables are fast to deploy, affordable, and readily available.

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    Chiedza Mazaiwana

    Campaign Manager
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