UK Department for International Development
The Department for International Development (DFID) leads the UK’s work to end extreme poverty. We are tackling the global challenges of our time including poverty and disease, mass migration, insecurity and conflict. Our work is building a safer, healthier, more prosperous world for people in developing countries and in the UK too.
Efficiency for Access Design Challenge celebrates university students promoting clean energy access in emerging economies
Winning teams from Kenya, Uganda and the UK have been announced at the Efficiency for Access Design Challenge Grand Final.
The Efficiency for Access Design Challenge Grand Final
The Efficiency for Access Design Challenge Grand Final will be a suite of online events between 15 – 25 June that brings together university students, leading off-grid companies, and aid agencies. Register for the Grand Final now.
Efficiency for Access Shares Market Insights on India’s Weak-Grid Solar Appliance Market
Efficiency for Access conducted market scoping surveys to identify products sold in local retail shops and gather data on weak-grid appropriate appliances that are available to consumers in India.
Electric Pressure Cooking: Accelerating Microgrid E-Cooking through Business & Delivery Model Innovations
This report outlines the business model and delivery mechanisms used to distribute electric pressure cookers on mini-grids in Tanzania, demonstrating that in-person trainings and loan facilities are critical components of product uptake and retention.
Off- and Weak-Grid Solar Appliance Market: India
This country profile contains relevant market and appliance performance data for India and provides market insights to help inform sector stakeholders and encourage higher market penetration for high-quality weak-grid appropriate appliances.
The Socio-Economic Impact of Super-Efficient Off-Grid Fans in Bangladesh
This report summarizes 1600 telephone surveys with customers to understand the impact and socio-economic value of super-efficient off-grid fans in Bangladesh.