Registration Open for Vendors at the Safe Streets Festival
Producers and retailers of locally produced products or anything that can contribute to safe streets are invited to register free of charge for the Market Space at the special Festival on November 25, 2017. Registration for vendors starts in the Large Conference Room of the Ministry of Public Works (MPW) on the 3rd of November, at 1 pm to 3 pm Offer locally produced renewable energy products such as the improved cookstove Red Fire Pot and solar products that can increase safety at streets at night.
For more information click here.
Renewable Energy Fair in Lofa at the Beginning of December 2017
The general public will have the chance to buy solar lamps with or without phone charges, as well as improved cookstoves for fewer costs than usual. You can inform yourself about various products and win prizes. If you want to sell renewable energy products, you can connect with retailers. They are still looking for trustworthy business people all over Liberia.
Training for Solar Systems Installers
GIZ/EnDev plans to invite a renewable energy expert for an advanced training with the opportunity to address topics of interest and answer all kinds of (technical) questions. This will be most likely happen at the end of November 2017. More information will be posted here soon.
Investor Forum in the First Week of December 2017
The EU plans an investor forum for the renewable energy sector in Liberia. More information will be posted here soon.
PPP Opportunity for Large Businesses in Liberia
Financially strong businesses operating in Liberia who plan a project that meets business interests and development objectives can apply for a PPP (Public Private Partnerships)–projects that are jointly planned, financed and implemented by GIZ and private companies. The project should foster decent employment, increase income and or contribute to improved working conditions. The private partner has to contribute at least 50% of the costs, GIZ can contribute especially with technical expertise or marketing, vocational training, local supply chain development, etc.
All information and ways to apply can be found on this fact sheet.
Register Into the LEAP Network
The Liberian Energy Access Practitioner (LEAP) network is an association of stakeholders in the renewable energy sector to learn and support each other and create a voice for lobbying. Members receive interesting information and (business or training) opportunities from Mercy Corps, RREA, GIZ/EnDev and other stakeholders.