The International Renewable Energy Agency is an inter-governmental organisation headquartered in Abu Dhabi, mandated to promote the widespread and increased adoption and sustainable use of all forms of renewable energy in the pursuit of sustainable development, energy access, energy security and low-carbon economic growth and prosperity. IRENA’s mission is to play a leading role in the ongoing transformation of the global energy systems as a centre of excellence for knowledge and innovation, a global voice of renewable energy, a network hub for all stakeholders and a source of advice and support for countries.  At present, IRENA has 162 Members (161 States and the European Union) that acceded to its Statute, and 21 additional States in the process of accession and actively engaged.

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Tetra Tech International Development Services (, headquartered in Arlington, VA, is currently accepting expressions of interest from qualified candidates for an Advisor to the Mano River Union Secretariat for the USAID-funded West Africa Biodiversity and Low Emissions Development (WABiLED) activity. The Program plans to recruit a full-term Advisor who will be based with the Mano River Union (MRU) Secretariat in Freetown to support the implementation of activities jointly identified by MRU and WABiLED.  This position is based in Freetown, Sierra Leone.

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Within the implementation of the ECREEE Covid-19 Response and Recovery Support Fund (RECOVID), ECREEE is calling for Request for Proposals relating to the supply of clean cook stoves and energy efficient solutions to vulnerable communities in Sierra Leone. 
RECOVID provides non-reimbursable grants through a request for proposals. The overall objective of RECOVID is to support COVID-19 response and recovery efforts to the ECOWAS Member States through increased deployment and usage of reliable and affordable sustainable

About this Event

This webinar will highlight three of the most important issues in the power sector, which present particular challenges for developing economies. These are:

• questions of finance at an affordable cost of capital,

• paying attention to issues of sustainability and access, and

• a reliability agenda that sits at the heart of many of the utility management challenges.