Scaling Up Renewable Energy Program (SREP) Investment Plan Update, Stakeholder Consultation Workshop

SREP promotes renewable energy capacity and output, access to energy, and productive end-use of energy.  SREP supports investments under two broad categories:

1)  Deployment of proven “new” RE resources such as  solar, wind, hydropower, bio-energy, and geothermal; and
2)  Capacity building and advisory services to support delivery and results – building national and local institutional capacities, creating effective enabling environments to remove barriers, and providingbetter access to information on technology.

Initial Pilot Countries: Ethiopia, Honduras, Kenya, Maldives, Mali, Nepal

Additional Pilot Countries:  Tanzania, Liberia, Yemen, Armenia, Pacific Regional (Vanuatu, Solomon Islands)

New countries included in 2014: Bangladesh, Benin, Cambodia, Ghana, Haiti, Kiribati, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Nicaragua, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Uganda, and Zambia

Nepal SREP Investment Plan (IP)

Nepal’s SREP investment plan was designed under the leadership of the government in collaboration with the Asian Development Bank (ADB), members of the World Bank Group (IBRD, IFC), other development partners, and key stakeholders.

The objectives of SREP program in Nepal are to (i) leverage complementary credit, grant and private sector equity co-financing, (ii) bring about transformational impacts through scaling up energy access using renewable technologies, poverty reduction, gender and social inclusiveness and climate change mitigation, and (iii) ensure sustainable operations through technical assistance and capacity building.

For more information please download : Proposed EAP Framework_Long Brochure Version 4 pages_revised_20150126124111