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150 Kw Commercial and Industrial (C&I) Hydropower Project: Model Business Case

This Model Business Case analyses the financial feasibility of a hypothetical 150 Kw hydropower project serving a grid-connected tea processing facility in Burundi.

2023
Instrument: GET.invest
Region: Africa
Country: Burundi
Topic: Finance
Market segment: Off-Grid

150 Kw Commercial and Industrial (C&I) Hydropower Project: Model Business Case

This Model Business Case analyses the financial feasibility of a hypothetical 150 Kw hydropower project serving a grid-connected tea processing facility in Burundi.

2023
Instrument: GET.invest
Region: Africa
Country: Burundi
Topic: Finance
Market segment: Off-Grid
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100 Kw Solar PV-Hydro Hybrid Mini-Grid: Model Business Case

This Model Business Case analyses the financial feasibility of a hypothetical 100 Kw hybryd solar PV-micro hydropower mini-grid providing power to an off-grid community in rural Burundi.

2023
Instrument: GET.invest
Region: Africa
Country: Burundi
Topic: Finance
Market segment: Off-Grid

100 Kw Solar PV-Hydro Hybrid Mini-Grid: Model Business Case

This Model Business Case analyses the financial feasibility of a hypothetical 100 Kw hybryd solar PV-micro hydropower mini-grid providing power to an off-grid community in rural Burundi.

2023
Instrument: GET.invest
Region: Africa
Country: Burundi
Topic: Finance
Market segment: Off-Grid
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Small Hydropower and Rural Development: Developer Guide

This Developer Guide describes key market actors, deployed business models, small hydropower’s market size, growth drivers, barriers, potential financiers, and other opportunities and challenges for small hydropower development in Burundi.

2023
Instrument: GET.invest
Region: Africa
Country: Burundi
Topic: Finance
Market segment: Off-Grid

Small Hydropower and Rural Development: Developer Guide

This Developer Guide describes key market actors, deployed business models, small hydropower’s market size, growth drivers, barriers, potential financiers, and other opportunities and challenges for small hydropower development in Burundi.

2023
Instrument: GET.invest
Region: Africa
Country: Burundi
Topic: Finance
Market segment: Off-Grid
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GET.invest Country Brief – Burundi

A high level and quick overview of the renewable energy market in Burundi

2020
Instrument: GET.invest
Region: Africa
Country: Burundi
Topic: Finance
Market segment: Off-Grid, On-Grid, Clean Cooking

GET.invest Country Brief – Burundi

A high level and quick overview of the renewable energy market in Burundi

2020
Instrument: GET.invest
Region: Africa
Country: Burundi
Topic: Finance
Market segment: Off-Grid, On-Grid, Clean Cooking
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Post Covid and Ukraine Crisis: Implications for Green Energy in Developing Countries

Insights from the GET.invest Finance Catalyst and Recommendations for Donors and Financiers.

Post Covid and Ukraine Crisis: Implications for Green Energy in Developing Countries

Insights from the GET.invest Finance Catalyst and Recommendations for Donors and Financiers.

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GET.invest Resource Centre

A list of over 60 resources that support and create a wide range of information. Furthermore, one can browse through publications, podcasts, recordings and databases.

GET.invest Resource Centre

A list of over 60 resources that support and create a wide range of information. Furthermore, one can browse through publications, podcasts, recordings and databases.

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Renewable Energy Market Segments in Sub-Saharan Africa: Outlook & Challenges

This paper is based on the implementation experience of the programme as well as the professional experience and views of the individual contributing team members and advisors, and as such represents a synopsis of combined experience of several decades.

Renewable Energy Market Segments in Sub-Saharan Africa: Outlook & Challenges

This paper is based on the implementation experience of the programme as well as the professional experience and views of the individual contributing team members and advisors, and as such represents a synopsis of combined experience of several decades.

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