The Department for International Development (DFID) leads the UK’s work to end extreme poverty.
Power Africa was launched in June 2013 as a market driven, public private initiative to double access to electricity in sub-Saharan Africa, where more than 600 million people lack access.
Acumen is a nonprofit global venture fund changing the way the world tackles poverty. Acumen has invested over $20 million in pioneering energy access start-ups since 2007.
The DOEN Foundation believes that it is possible to achieve a green, socially inclusive and creative society.
Energising Development (EnDev) is a multi-donor and multi-implementer partnership for providing access to energy in households, social institutions as well as small and medium enterprises.
A partnership between the World Bank Group and 18 partners to help low and middle-income countries reduce poverty and boost growth, through environmentally sustainable energy solutions.
Good Energies Foundation’s goal is to help prevent climate change and mitigate its harm, especially to people who live in poverty.
IFC—a sister organization of the World Bank and member of the World Bank Group—is the largest global development institution focused on the private sector in emerging markets.
The Rockefeller Foundation strives to catalyze and scale transformative innovations, create unlikely partnerships that span sectors, and take risks others cannot—or will not.
Shell Foundation is a UK-registered charity established by the Shell Group in 2000 to create and scale new solutions to global development challenges.
Sida is the Swedish development cooperation agency.
The World Bank is a vital source of financial and technical assistance to developing countries around the world.