Power Africa is comprised of 12 U.S. Government agencies, over 145 private companies, and 18 bilateral and multilateral development partners to support sub-Saharan governments by working together to increase the number of people with access to power. Power Africa’s goal is to achieve 30,000 MW of new generated power and 60 million new connections by 2030 to reach 300 million Africans.

The USAID-funded East Africa Energy Program (EAEP) works to expand affordable and reliable electricity services in East Africa, with the ultimate goal of supporting development priorities including inclusive economic growth, security, and improved outcomes in health and education.

The program focuses on four main objectives optimizing power supply, increasing grid-based power connections, strengthening utilities and other power sector entities and increasing regional power trade. EAEP targets ten countries: Kenya, Ethiopia, Rwanda,Tanzania, Uganda, Eritrea, Djibouti, Somalia, Burundi, and the Democratic Republic of Congo. The program is implemented by RTI International, with support from Tetra Tech,Fieldstone Africa, Norton Rose Fulbright, as well as Center for Climate Strategies, and Khulisa.

About Energising Development: Energy Access Partnership

The Energising Development (EnDev) programme is a multi-donor partnership, currently financed and governed by the governments of the Netherlands, Germany, Norway, the United Kingdom, Switzerland, and Sweden. Further financial contributions to country projects have been given by Irish Aid, the EU, USAID, and the Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) supporting individual bilateral projects. EnDev promotes sustainable access to modern energy services for households, social institutions and small to medium-sized enterprises in developing countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America. The supported energy services meet the needs of the poor, i.e. they are long lasting, affordable, and appreciated by users. EnDev is currently working in 25 developing countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America

The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit ( GIZ ) GmbH has been commissioned by the donors to act as the lead agency for implementing the Energising Development programme. On the global level, GIZ and the Netherlands Enterprise Agency ( RVO ) cooperate closely on the programme coordination. EnDev works with partners in the governmental, non-governmental and private sector to implement activities in developing countries. At country level, EnDev projects cooperate with international, bilateral and multilateral programmes. In 2019, EnDev has been working on the implementation of project interventions with local and international NGOs