Department for International Development
The Carbon Trust manages the Research Programme Delivery Consortium (RPDC) overseeing DFID’s Transforming Energy Access (TEA) Programme, to deliver applied research and innovation that will accelerate access to affordable, clean energy services for poor households and enterprises.
This research and innovation programme delivers new technologies and robust evidence on the critical barriers hampering systemic change and scaling up energy access, working with Southern researchers and entrepreneurs, to drive locally-relevant innovation and delivery. This will have a transformative impact on deploying renewable energy solutions in developing countries, especially in Africa.
The programme includes:
Research call - Bioenergy for Sustainable Energy Access in Africa (BSEAA)
As part of the Bio-energy for Sustainable Energy Access in Africa component, the Carbon Trust would like to provide notice of an upcoming research call that we shall be looking to launch later in the year. Please find the attached Prior Information Notice (PIN) in relation to this call (PDF).