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Kenya Off-Grid Solar Access Project (K-OSAP)


Period
2017 - 2023

Implementing agencies
Government of Kenya

African partners
Government

Names of African partners involved
Government of Kenya

Donor involvement (incl. IOs)
Single donor, Multilaterals involved

Names of donors involved (incl. IOs
World Bank

Geographical scope
Country

Countries where active
Kenya

Sectors
Renewables, Electricity, Cooking Energy

Sub Sectors (Electricity)
Mini-grids

Type of intervention
Operative program / delivery mechanism (downstream)

Type of technical assistance
Policy support / institution building

Gender focus
No

Climate focus
No

Type of financing
Debt

Main objectives
To increase access to electricity services in underserved counties in Kenya

Main activities
There are four components to the project, the first component being mini-grids for community facilities, enterprises, and households. The second component is the stand-alone solar systems and clean cooking solutions for households. The third component is the stand-alone solar systems and solar water pumps for community facilities. Finally, the fourth component is the implementation support and capacity building. This component includes two subcomponents: consumer education and citizen engagement, and implementation support and capacity building.

Comments

Sources
http://kplc.co.ke/img/full/1BGtmRUTzBrf_KOSAP%20RPF%20revised_22-3-17.pdf http://projects.worldbank.org/P160009?lang=en

Contact information
Zubair K.M. Sadeque, Energy Finance Specialist bangladeshinfo@worldbank.org

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