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.

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ENERGY INFORMATION SYSTEMS (EIS) TRAINING IN MADAGASCAR

Training on Energy Information Systems is carried out in Madagascar by IED at the initiative of GIZ and the PERER program.

20 participants from the Ministry of Energy and Hydrocarbons (MEH), the Rural Electrification Development Agency (ADER), the Electricity Regulatory Office (ORE), the Malagasy Office of Hydrocarbons (OMH) ) and JIRAMA are

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Start of extension works for the Sra Em biomass plant (Cambodia)

Developed by IED Invest with financial support from FFEM (French Fund for World Environment) and EEP (Energy & Environment Partnership) Mekong, IED provided project management assistance and project management for this gasification plant which makes it possible to recover wood waste from logging operations in the region.

The target capacity for

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Busuanga Renewable Energy Development (BRED) project:

On January 30th 2018, the final report on the feasibility of establishing a hybrid renewable energy facility (Solar-Biomass) on the Island of Busuanga was presented.

The final workshop illustrates the strong involvement of institutional partners at national (DENR, DOE, NEA) and local levels (Provincial Governement of Palawan, PSCD, Electric

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PV self consumption and net metering

Net metering  IED is about to release a study about PV self-consumption and net metering. It is a comparative analysis in 8 African and Asian “emerging” countries.

 What is net metering? Net metering a type of contract regarding partial self-consumption, where surplus of electricity is fed into the grid and enables the client to earn credits. These credits

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ECOWAS Regional Access Project

The ECOWAS Regional Electricity Access Program has the potential to finance the reinforcement and extension of the distribution network across eleven countries in West Africa, this component of the project focuses on The Gambia, Guinea Bissau and Mali. The project aims at connecting 300,000 household within 100km of the substation currently

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