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Renewable Energy Day Sierra Leone, together with the continued support of GIZ/EnDev, held the 2nd Renewable Energy Day at the Prince of Wales School, Kingtom.

The purpose of the Renewable Energy day is to expose young people to career opportunities in renewable energy.

Several stakeholders in the renewable energy sector in Sierra Leone graced the occasion.

Participants were drawn from the Senior Secondary School classes of Arts, Science and commercial streams. All of them excited and willing to learn about concept renewable energy and the different career opportunities.

In August 2018, ECREE published the "Regional Progress Report on renewable energy, energy efficiency and energy access in ECOWAS region".

Energising Development (EnDev) has held a one day networking event for stakeholders in the RE sector on December 14 in the Family Kingdom conference hall, Freetown.

The purpose of the event was to bring together stakeholders to discuss the challenges and opportunities in the sector and also to have an outlook for the coming year and a reflection of 2018.

African Development Bank, Nordic Development Fund and Partners launch Off-Grid Energy Access Fund with US$58 million

The Off-Grid Energy Access Fund (OGEF) had its first close on Thursday, 2 August 2018 with committed capital of US$ 58 million from the African Development Bank, the Nordic Development Fund, the Global Environment Facility, Calvert Impact Capital and All On. 


“The most important component of a solar system is the load.” – EnDev Technical Advisor, Johannes Weber. On the 31st July 2018, EnDev Sierra Leone successfully conducted a training workshop on solar system sizing.

The training held at the GIZ country office conference room attracted more than 30 stakeholders in the Renewable Energy sector.

Energising Development (EnDev) has conducted a one day data collection training for technicians and installers in the renewable energy sector on December 13 2018.

The purpose of the training was to get technicians up to speed on how to use the EnDev collect app to register renewable energy installations.
The training was facilitated by EnDev technical expert Hamza Zbidi with support from EnDev staff.

Participants at the Networking Event

EnDev, together with various partners, have joined their efforts since 2016 to create this website on renewable energy in Sierra Leone. It is an is an online destination for news, data and relevant contacts in sector and a space to network, share developments and information.

On September 13th 2018, this site has officially been launched: 

EnDev/GIZ was one of the lucky participants at Renewable Energy Day Sierra Leone's first ever event at Mereweather Preparatory School in Freetown on June 29, 2018. We’re always happy to promote renewable energy but this event was special. The audience of nine to eleven year olds was the youngest group we’ve spoken to this year. The girls and boys were curious, excited and eager to learn.

Bintumani D-SL, a German – Sierra Leone NGO, on the 29th and 30th November, 2018 held a two day workshop for Renewable Energy stakeholders and solar technicians in Sierra Leone at the Milton Margai College of Education and Technology (MMCET) Congo Cross Campus.

The organization which traced it formation from a group of Sierra Leoneans residing in Germany together with their German friends who took great interest in the country formed the organization some twenty years ago. Bintumani D-SL humanitarian


Renewable Energy Day Sierra Leone, an initiative to expose young people to career opportunities in renewable energy has successfully launched their website.

The purpose of the website is to provide firsthand information about the activities of Renewable Energy Day to interested stakeholders. The website has a simple to use navigation structure that provides more information about Renewable Energy Day Sierra Leone.

The Energising Development Programme (EnDev), a programme implemented by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) in Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea has successfully conducted a theoretical workshop in Freetown followed by practical training workshops on the installation of SMA solar systems in Koidu of 6.5kw capacity, Kabala and Kailahun of 4.5kw capacity respectively.