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2019 Global LEAP Awards

Global LEAP Launches Competitions for Solar Water Pumps and Off-Grid Refrigerators

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Advancing Markets for Off-Grid Solar Water Pumps and Grain Mills

The LEIA team is partnering with industry players to support the uptake of energy efficient, off-grid agricultural appliances

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First-of-its-kind Market Baseline Testing Results for Off- & Weak-Grid Refrigerators

Negligible data currently exists regarding off- and weak-grid refrigerator cost and performance. To help fill this gap and accelerate the off-grid appliance market, Efficiency for Access procured and tested commercially available refrigerators to establish a performance baseline.

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Appliance Data Trends 2018

Insights on Energy Efficiency, Quality, and Pricing for Off-Grid Appropriate TVs, Fans, and Refrigerators

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Off-Grid Appliance Market Survey 2018

Perceived Demand and Impact Potential of Household, Productive Use, and Healthcare Technologies

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Off- & Weak-Grid Refrigeration: Global Market Development Roundtable Workshop Report June 2018

The two-day workshop took place in Amsterdam ahead of the 2018 GOGLA annual general meeting. This setting provided an opportunity to engage a variety of industry leaders including product designers, manufacturers of both on- and off-grid appliances, distributors, pay-as-you-go (PAYGO) solar home system providers, and other development and technology specialists. More than 45 participants took part in a wide-ranging discussion that covered eight categories of typical market barriers. Participants collectively identified and prioritised actions in each area for the Coalition to consider and take forward, which are detailed in this report.

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