The Power Africa Off-grid Project (PAOP), a United States Agency for International Development (USAID)-contracted project implemented by RTI International, seeks applications to fund one or multiple awards to provide incentives, in the form of grants, to qualified organizations/companies to catalyze the growth of off-grid energy access solutions to improve the readiness and resilience of healthcare within sub-Saharan Africa. This RFA provides prospective applicants with a fair opportunity to develop and submit competitive applications to PAOP for potential funding.
Detailed information concerning the RFP can be available here.
Lofa is a county in the northernmost portion of Liberia. One of the 15 counties that constitute the first-level of administrative division in the nation, and has nine districts. Voinjama serves as the capital with the area of the county measuring 9,982 square kilometers (3,854 sq mi). As of the 2008 Census, it had a population of 276,863, making it the third most populous county in Liberia.
A solar manufacturer company named Fosera has introduced in Liberia the Suncharger solar battery charging station.
Freeman & Freeman Entertainment Club House, Bar, Grill and Restaurant is a Liberian ownen business located on the Robert Field High way, opposite the Bible Way Mission It is the first Liberian entertainment center that is operating on solar energy.
On Wednesday, May 8, 2019 a Project Engineer Storage, Norbert Taphorn, from a Germany based company called TESVOLT, held a one day Seminar about Lithium Ion battery storage, at the Rural and Renewable Energy Agency (RREA) head office, and their company which is providing storage solution with such technology.
A 270Wp (Watts peak) system was installed at the Nyonkiayee Public school located in Yarwen – Mehnsonnoh, District Nimba County.
On August 15, 2019 the Millennium Challenge Account – Liberia (MCA-L) invited electricity sector stakeholders to validate the findings of the Electricity Operator Census. The Census was conducted in June/July following to create a database of operators. This will help the Liberia Electricity Regulatory Commission (LERC) for registration and licensing of electricity operators.
The renewable energy stakeholders from various institutions on Tuesday the 30th, of April 2019, met at the Ministry of Health, R.L. to discuss activities concerting renewable energy in the country. The 10th meeting was hosted by the Ministry of Health.
On February 5, 2019, delegates from Last Mile Health, Mr. Tom Brockes, Shadrach Yancy and Rachel Larson visited GIZ/EnDev office to seek an advice for solar energy and electric vehicles (motorbikes or e-bikes).
The Apostolic Faith Church is the first religion organization to host the Integrated Forum for Renewable Energy in Liberia (IFREL) monthly meeting. The meeting was held at the Church compound located in Gaye town Old Zoo, Old Road.
The renewable energy stakeholders from various institutions on Tuesday the 26th of March 2019, met at the Ministry of Health to discuss activities concerning renewable energies in the country.
The mining Cadastral System has enabling environment for our state and local governments to maximize the positive role the mining Sector can play in promoting rural economy and helped in support mutually beneficial partnership between the mining industrial and states and local government.