The transformational impact being achieved through the Camco-managed Renewable Energy Performance Platform (REPP) is highlighted in its latest annual report, published today.
Covering the year that saw REPP-supported projects surpass one million new connections, the report provides both a qualitative and quantitative account of how the platform is delivering deep impact by catalysing the growth of small-scale and decentralised renewable energy in Sub-Saharan Africa.
From project-by-project updates to the personal impact stories, the report offers both a general overview of REPP’s performance to 31 March 2022, as well as a human-focused portrait of how REPP-supported projects are improving livelihoods and strengthening communities’ resilience to climate change on the ground.
For the first time this year, the report also includes a section on REPP’s theory of change, charting the causal relationship between REPP’s interventions and its intended impacts and outcomes.
Benjamin Hugues, Investment Director and REPP Lead at Camco, said: “From the outset, REPP has been investing in the pioneering approaches needed to speed up Africa’s clean energy transition and in doing so we have had to be innovative and take a hard look at the risks.
“So it is with great pleasure that we can release REPP's latest annual report today which shows how many of these calculated decisions are starting to pay off and how REPP-supported projects are helping the region’s small-scale renewable energy sector to flourish.”
To find out more about REPP and its achievements, download the annual report here.