Campaign Update: October 2018

Power for All and its partners are firing on all cylinders, kicking off exciting Utilities 2.0 work in Uganda, pushing a "25x25" market activation concept forward at IOREC and ECOWAS, launching an energy access jobs campaign, and moving the needle in Nigeria. And did you miss PEAK’s webinar? So much to catch up on.

Campaign update: July 2021

Power for All kicked off the Power for Health Campaign in Burkina Faso in partnership with the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA). Learn about the upcoming launch of the Access Insights Platform (AIP) data visualization platform in Uganda by Catalyst Off-Grid Advisors. Also, we are excited to welcome two new members to our team.

Solar Milling: The Potential

Step into the energy future of Uganda's maize sector with our video, showcasing the impact of decentralized renewable energy (DRE). Understand how DRE is not just enhancing efficiency but also transforming the lives of smallholder farmers, forging a path to a more sustainable and equitable future.

Campaign Update: January 2019

Power for All and partners kicked off the Decentralized Renewable Energy Data Network (DREDN), further advanced the Utilities 2.0 pilot in Uganda, hosted #PoweringJobs focus groups in 3 countries.

Re-imagining utilities to end energy poverty

How can decentralized and centralized, public and private solutions work better together to end energy poverty faster? Power for All and a group of leading energy companies recently launched the Utilities 2.0 initiative to find out. The head of Uganda's largest utility Umeme explains why.

Solar Milling: Increased Productivity

Maize ranks prominently among Uganda's principal agricultural outputs, yet its milling capacity languishes, hampered by pervasive electricity constraints. In this infographic, explore the emergence of mini-grid powered and stand-alone solar milling.

Umeme kicks off a global partnership pilot to identify new approaches to clean energy access in Uganda

Power for All, Umeme Ltd., Makerere University, The Rockefeller Foundation and a coalition of decentralized renewable energy companies launches Utilities 2.0 partnership pilot in Uganda's Mukono District to establish whether appliance financing can accelerate the productive use of electricity to stimulate customer demand and improve grid performance

New integrated energy model to reduce electrification cost in Uganda

Today, the state minister of Energy and Mineral Development, Honorable Okaasai Sidronius Opolot, commissioned a 40kWp mini grid in Kiwumu, Mukono district in Uganda to power 300 households and 60 local businesses.

Empowering Communities: The Dual Rewards of Renewable Energy

This article explores the critical roles of feasibility studies and community engagement in successful mini-grid projects, using case studies from EM-ONE in Nigeria and the Utilities 2.0 Pilot Project in Uganda.

Campaign Update: March 2020

We launched the Twaake integrated electrification initiative in Uganda, convened a clean cooking workforce focus group in Kenya, and participated in a sustainable energy in Africa webinar. Also, look out for our upcoming webinar with the Malabo Montpellier Panel on mini-grids and agriculture.