The UK Department for International Development (DFID)’s Transforming Energy Access (TEA) programme ( invites companies, researchers, NGOs and other stakeholders to collaborate and apply for grant support to action research projects and partnerships that create and drive productive electricity demand and use in off-grid and rural areas.

A partner is looking to support schools and Orphanage in Port Loko with solar installations. He is looking for a suitable qualified companies with the requisite technical expertise to carry out these installations.

Supporting Private Sector to meet the energy needs of rural communities in Africa 

The AECF renewable energy financing is US $166 million with US $61 million dedicated to REACT SSA. 

Dear Stakeholders in the energy sector in Sierra Leone,  Bintumani D-SL invites you to a renewable energy workshop to be held on the 29.11.2018 and 30.11.2018 at the Milton Margai College / Congo Cross ( MMCET ).