As an independent consulting and engineering firm, IED has been involved in the provision of sustainable energy services since its creation in 1988. Our involvement extends from the study phase right through to the construction and commissioning of infrastructure such as distribution networks and renewable energy production plants.

We work for private investors and for clients in the public sector (power utilities, ministries, rural electrification agencies), and for international financial institutions.


Study on Renewable Energy and Research and Innovation Capacity of Sub-Saharan Africa

In association with Ecorys and RaL, IED conducted a study for DG Research and Innovation on Renewable Energy and Research & Innovation Capacity of Sub-Saharan Africa . The study took place in the period December 2013 – June 2015.

The objective of this study is to generate the information needed to enable the formulation of a clear answer

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Works contract relating to the civil engineering of the Hydropower Plant of Mbakaou Carrière on the western Djerem, Tibati department, Adamaoua Region, Cameroon

The contract concerns the construction of the Small Hydro Power Plant of Mbakaou Carrière, on the western Djerem. The plant capacity will be 1.4 MW, expandable to 2.8 MW. The works consist of a water intake in the west Djerem, a 135m canal for a nominal flow of 13 m3/s, penstocks for a load of 15m, and the powerhouse which will host two turbines.

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Provisional restitution workshop of the "Georeferencing of Niamey power network and implementation of a dedicated management application" project

May 29, 2015 - The georeferencing driving campaign, launched in October 2014 by IED and NIGELEC, has allowed to geolocate and characterize 44,000 MV and LV poles and 120,000 subscribers of Niamey distribution network. This data is now being exploited in two tools whose purpose is to facilitate the management and the consistent development of the

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Training on Rural Electrification Planning at Household Level Using GIS-Based Tools/Techniques

BatelecGeographical Information System (GIS) based approaches offer very interesting opportunities for least cost planning of rural electrification down to household level which is essential as the Philippines has almost reached 100% barangay electrification level which is the most costly.

As part of the SWITCH Policy Support initiative funded by the EU,

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Extraordinary General Meeting held in Paris on December 2, 2014

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During the Extraordinary General Meeting held in Paris on December 2, 2014 the new articles of association transforming the Club of African Agencies and Structures in charge of Rural Electrification into the African Association for Rural Electrification were adopted. The official abbreviation of the Association remains "CLUB-ER",

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