Electrification of health centers and schools

Assist organisations or individuals to install and operate solar systems

Focus on a system for surveillance, maintenance and repair
Energy efficient cook stoves

Train and empower local stove producers

Improve marketing and sales activities and make products more visible
Training and Knowledge

Increase knowledge, skills and synergies

Share information to improve services for renewable technologies
Data Intelligence

Use information systems, maps and user friendly applications

Optimize operational performance, strategic investments and everyday decisions
Private businesses in the renewable energy sector are asked to submit their proposals until 19.11.2018

The overall aim of the project is to develop the Rural and Renewable Energy Agency into an effective and efficient organisation with the capability to implement and fulfill its important mandate. A pilot program of solar rural electrification will demonstrate those governance structures, and is expected to electrify 1,500 households in rural areas.

Importantly, the strategy document and Master Plan will be used to garner and guide further financial and technical support of Liberia’s energy sector from donors, the private sector, and partner governments.


RREA – Rural and Renewable Energy Agency

Donors and budget    

EU (1,284,522Euro), total budget planned: 2,025,000 Euro

Start and end date   

August 2011 to April 2016


The overall objective is to develop the newly established Rural and Renewable Energy Agency (RREA) into a strong, independent, efficient, and sustainable organisation capable of achieving Liberia’s target of increasing access to modern energy services in the rural areas.

  1. Governance to arrive at a strategic and transparent approach, adequate routines, and fully vetted documents and plans for RREA’s work, having the Masterplan as  
  2. Increased access to modern energy services in off-grid areas: pilot Sustainable Solar Market Packages (SSMP) project alongside the World Bank’s SSMP pilot project to increase access to sustainable electricity
  3. Building the RREA’s capacity and ability to implement the rural energy strategy and master plan for Liberia.  

Results and Impact

The Rural Energy Master Plan was launched by the newly established Rural Renewable Energy Agency. It can be found

16492 solar products were provided to retailers for sale and 42.72 kWp were installed through 9 stand-alone solar systems and 9 street lights in Zorzor district.

32 local retailers have received business support to distribute and market solar lighting project.

What We Do


EnDev develops ICT tools to strengthen the renewable energy sector. This includes the Smartphone App EnDev Collect that can be used for data collection , registering, monitoring and maintaining solar systems, a mapping tool to archive, analyse, visualise and map information. The renewables website serve is available to connect, cooperate and share information to achieve better synergy in the sector

Outreach, Marketing and Awareness

Various outreach events, road shows and other promotional activities are supported by EnDev. The solar promotion car uses solar panels to show movies, play music and make popcorn and to inform the public about renewable energy and high quality solar products and efficient cook stoves.

Renewables Capacity Development

To build capacities, EnDev provides trainings and workshops, demand-driven and tailored to the needs of the target group. Examples of trainings include basic solar technology, repair of solar lanterns,curriculum development, advanced solar technology, trainings in the field of improved cook stoves and solar dryers.

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Solar Installers and Technicians

  • Ehimezie Edom Ehimezie Edom Renewable Energy Engineer (Electrician) He work at the West Africa Renewable Energy Biomass. Mr. Edom is willing to learn more about renewable energies from any institution.
  • Annie Jangbah, Installer and Sale Agent at Sun-Star Green Energy Annie Jangbah is an Installer and Sale Agent at Sun-Star Green Energy and a trained solar technician .
  • Siamue M. Qualah, Intern at GIZ/EnDev Siamue M. Qualah is a intern at GIZ/EnDev and also trained in the installation of We Care Solar suitcase.
  • Hellen T. Yudu-sie, Solar and Satellite Installer at EcoPower Liberia Hellen T. Yudu-sie Solar and Satellite Installer at EcoPower Liberia.
  • Elizabeth M. Montgomery, Independent Installer Elizabeth M. Montgomery is an Independent Installer and a trained We Care Solar Suitcase installer.
  • Catherine T. Teah, Intern at Lifi-Led Inc Catherine T. Teah is a Intern at Lifi-Led Inc. She also a trained We Care Solar suitcase installer.
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