The Rockefeller Foundation intends to make an initial contribution of up to $50 million to the World Bank’s Energy Sector Management Assistance Program (ESMAP)
Rockefeller Foundation's initial contribution of $50 million to help design and enable high impact projects and engagements that could facilitate up to $500 million in high impact climate projects with GHG reduction, energy access and…
November 1 2021
In December 2020, ESMAP published the third edition of the RISE report, RISE 2020: Sustaining the Momentum.
March 30 2021
The world is not moving fast enough to reach its universal electricity access goal by 2030. A substantial acceleration of efforts and investments are needed to achieve this objective.
May 11 2017
Is it possible to make electricity more affordable for millions of people in Sub-Saharan Africa who need it most, and have the regionâs cash-strapped power providers be profitable at the same time? A new ESMAP-supported study entitled â…
November 11 2016