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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IED supports rural electrification projects in Kenya

An IED team went to three fisher villages in Kenya on the shores of Lake Victoria at the end of January 2020, to collect and gather information in order to electrify these three sites.image pour news


The project to electrify these sites, carried out by a local developer, aims to equip each village with a 100% photovoltaic power plant and a mini-grid.


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Niger: IED contributes to the development

Despite the prevailing insecurity in Niger, IED keeps contributing to the country’s growth. In November 2019, IED began a seven-month study on rural electrification. This is the third ongoing project of the firm in Niger, which strengthen its presence throughout the country.

The first one started in January. It was aimed to geo-referenced several

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Mission in Namibia: first steps of the project

20191120 105827In July 2019, IED started a project supported by the World Bank and aiming to conduct a least cost geospatial electrification plan in Namibia. The realization of this national strategy will be used by the Namibian Ministry of Mines and Energy for its rural electrification plan.

In mid-November, IED members went to the Department’s office in

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Development of the monitoring-evaluation and impact assessment in Kenya

IMG 27821IMG 27801Members of the IED team gathered in Kenya in late November 2019 with a view to start monitoring the Green Mini Grid (GMG) project. This complementary activity called Internal Monitoring & Evaluation Program (IMEP) will be used for measuring performance, impact and outcomes of the mini-grids on renewable energy installed in Kenya.

Monitoring will

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