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Renewable Energy Performance Platform (REPP 2)

Renewable Energy Performance Platform (REPP 2)

Despite being among the lowest contributors to global greenhouse gas emissions (GHG), countries in sub-Saharan Africa have already experienced widespread loss and damage due to climate change. These impacts range from biodiversity loss to water shortages and reduced food production leading to slower economic growth. In some countries, energy is still dominated by fossil fuels, especially in off-grid rural areas where energy production relies heavily on biomass and diesel generation. Without improving their adaptation capacity, the impacts from climate change are expected to further harm rural livelihoods in these countries. 

The REPP 2 program will deliver climate impact by leveraging private sector funding to promote investments in small-scale renewable energy projects in nine sub-Saharan countries, seven of which are classified as least developed. The project will help address the current limited investor appetite and market barriers in the sub-Saharan region by providing blended finance to support smaller-scale renewable energy projects thereby bolstering the climate resilience of both small businesses and households. The project is expected to improve access to clean energy for more than 7.7 million people in some of sub-Saharan Africa’s hardest-to-reach regions. It will also strengthen the capacities of local developers in environmental, social, governance and financial structuring to attract investments from both concessional and commercial sources. 

Total project value

 

Tonnes of emissions avoided

 

Beneficiaries

 

Direct
370,244
Indirect
359,603
Theme

Cross-cutting

Result areas

Project timeline

Pipeline

27 Jul 2021 - 821 days

Concept note received

27 Jul 2021

Funding proposal received

20 Oct 2022

Cleared by GCF Secretariat

25 Apr 2023

Legal opinion on AE's Internal Approval

31 Jul 2023

Cleared by iTAP

02 Oct 2023

Approved

25 Oct 2023 - 236 days so far

Approved by GCF Board

25 Oct 2023

Under implementation

To be completed

One region

  • Africa

Nine countries

Two priority groups

  • Least Developed Countries
  • African States
USD  
  • Financing
    • Private sector
    • Public sector
  • Size
    • Micro
    • Small
    • Medium
    • Large

GCF financing

InstrumentAmount
EquityUSD 50,000,000
Total GCF Financing
USD 50,000,000

Co-financing

Co-financerInstrumentAmount
Co-FinancingLoanUSD 15,000,000
Co-FinancingEquityUSD 90,000,000
Co-FinancingEquityUSD 50,000,000
Co-FinancingLoanUSD 35,000,000
Co-FinancingEquityUSD 10,000,000
Total Co-Financing
USD 200,000,000

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Accredited Entity

Camco Management Limited
Mr. Geoff Sinclair
Primary

Managing Director
Address: 28 St John’s Square, London EC1M 4DN,, London, United Kingdom
Ieva Indriunaite
Secondary

Policy and Partnerships Manager
Ikigai Lavington, 90 James Gichuru, Nairobi, Kenya
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National Designated Authority

Cameroon
Ministry of Environment, Protection of Nature and Sustainable Development (MINEPDED)
Mr. Paul Tchawa Primary
Secretary General
Boulevard du 20 Mai, Immeuble Ministériel No. 2, P.O Box 320, Yaoundé, Cameroon
Phone +237 696 939 011
ptchawa@yahoo.fr
Democratic Republic of the Congo (the)
National Coordination of the Green Climate Fund
Prof. Isaac KALONDA KANYAMA Primary
National Coordinator and GCF Focal Point for the Democratric Republic of the Congo
Ms. Francine KATANGA MUTANDA Secondary
Deputy GCF Coordinator
Lesotho
Ministry of Energy and Meteorology
Mokoena France Primary
Director (a.i.) Lesotho Meteorological Services
Phone +266 223 17250
Phone +266 59070225
mokoena.france@gov.ls
Mr Habofanoe Augustinus Makopela Primary
Deputy Principal Secretary
Ministry of Energy and Meteorology Private Bag A91, Maseru, Lesotho
Phone +266 59030095
Phone +266 22322334
habofanoem@yahoo.com
Madagascar
Ministry of the Environment and Sustainable Development
Ms. Lovakanto Ravelomanana Primary
Director of the National Office for Climate Change Coordination
B.P 3948, Rue Toto Radola - Antsahavola, Antananarivo, Madagascar
Malawi
Environmental Affairs Department
Mrs. Tawonga Mbale-Luka Primary
Director
Environmental Affairs Department Private Bag 394 Lilongwe 3, Malawi, Lilongwe, Malawi
Phone +265 1 771 111
Phone +265 1 773 379
tawongam@yahoo.com
Evans Njewa Secondary
Environmental Affairs Department Lilongwe 3, Malawi., Lilongwe, Malawi
Phone +265 1 771 111
Phone 265 1 770 359
Phone +265 8888 53245
Phone +265 9948 53245
evansnjewa@gmail.com
hannahkasongo@yahoo.com
Niger (the)
National Council of the Environment for Sustainable Development (CNEDD)
Dr. Kamaye Maâzou Primary
Executive Secretary
Cabinet du Premier Ministre, PL 17 Rue du Gouverneur Jules Brévié, BP 10193, Niamey, Niger, Niamey, Niger (the)
Phone +227 207 22 559
Phone +27 9698 7470
Phone +227 9022 1700
kamayemaazou@yahoo.fr
kmaazou@gmail.com
Nigeria
National Council on Climate Change
Dr. Salisu Dahiru Primary
Director General
Headquarters Mabushi, Abuja, Nigeria
Sierra Leone
Environment Protection Agency
Dr. Abu-Bakar Massaquoi Primary
Executive Chairman
92 Dundas Street, Freetown, Sierra Leone
Mr. Sheku Kanneh Secondary
Chief Director
92 Dundas Street, Freetown, Sierra Leone
Zambia
Ministry of Green Economy and Environment
Mr. Billy Katontoka Primary
National Coordinator
Phone +260 211 252625
Phone +260 97 5366274
billy.katontoka@mgee.gov.zm
Ms. Brenda Simainga Secondary
Environmental Specialist Readiness Support
Phone +260 211 252625
Phone +260 97 2823232
brenda.simainga@mgee.gov.zm