In the seventh cycle applicants were invited to work on, prepare and save their summary proposals throughout the year. Official submissions online were made between 12 November 2018 and 21 February 2019, 17:00 Gulf Standard Time.
Sixth Cycle Projects Selected
The projects selected in the sixth funding cycle of the IRENA/ADFD Project Facility were announced at the Ninth Session of the IRENA Assembly on January 12, 2019. ADFD has allocated USD 31 million for projects in Guyana, Liberia and Togo that will increase energy access, improve livelihoods and advance sustainable development. Access the announcement.
Fifth Cycle Projects Selected
The projects selected in the fifth funding cycle of the IRENA/ADFD Project Facility were announced at the Eighth Session of the IRENA Assembly on January 13, 2018. ADFD has selected solar PV rooftop projects in Rwanda and Mauritius for funding, benefitting millions of people in low-income communities. Access the announcement and video.
Fourth Cycle Projects Selected
Four renewable energy projects in the Marshall Islands, Niger, Seychelles and the Solomon Islands were selected to receive a total of USD 44.5 million in funding from ADFD during the seventh session of the IRENA Assembly in January 2017. At the Assembly, energy ministers from the four selected countries explained how the funding will bring about a positive change in their respective countries. Access the minister interviews, announcement and video.
12 January 2019 | Press Releases
Projects in Guyana, Liberia and Togo will provide energy access and advance sustainable development.
14 November 2018 | Press Releases
Seventh funding cycle of IRENA/ADFD Project Facility is now open for applications from government-backed projects in developing countries.
13 January 2018 | Press Releases
Projects selected via IRENA/ADFD Project Facility will support poverty alleviation through renewable energy.
16 November 2017 | Press Releases
Within the framework of the ADFD-funded US$350 million IRENA/ADFD Project Facility, the current funding round of US$50 million in concessional loans marks the sixth annual cycle