ARE Member GVE Projects Limited Provides 24/7 Solar Power to NCDC Isolation Centres

Enugu, 12 May 2020 -  ARE Member GVE Projects Limited, an innovative, indigenous renewable energy solution provider in Sub-Saharan Africa, has deployed an 18 kVA solution to power an iso READ MORE

ARE Member INENSUS launches free open source software solution to manage decentralised utilities

18 May 2020, Goslar, Germany – ARE Member INENSUS launches the Open Source version of “MicroPowerManager”, an all-in-one management software for Decentralised Electric Utilities. READ MORE


ARE unveils the winners of the ARE Awards 2020

Brussels, 18 May 2020 - The ARE Awards 2020 pay tribute to the most effective initiative and/or project implemented across six categories, as a means to highlight the clean energy access results achieved by the m READ MORE

ARE Members AFD & ADEME support 10 innovative actors to promote access to sustainable energy in Africa

27 April 2020 - ARE Member ADEME and Agence Française de Développement (AFD) today announced the results of the call for projects "Innovative solutions for off-grid sustainable energy access" (SolInAE). READ MORE

ARE Member Winch Energy launches containerised solar-lit clinics

ARE Member Winch Energy, a company based in London, UK, has recently launched a containerised clinic on the market. Called Winch Clinic, this easy-to-deploy care facility is powered by solar energy. READ MORE

ARE Member EDPR will contribute 750,000 euros to the fight against Covid-19 in ten countries

Lisbon, 7 April 2020 - ARE Member EDPR has set up initiatives in all its markets to help local communities combat the pandemic. READ MORE

Solar Energy for Kurdistan: ARE Member atmosfair's Visible Project Results

Since 2018 ARE Member atmosfair has supported a refugee camp with renewable electricity. A new documentary shows the project and participants in detail. READ MORE

Call to Action: Roadmap for the DRE sector to survive and flourish in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis

Brussels, 16 Apr 2020 - The global spread of COVID-19 has caused thousands of deaths and alarmed individuals, communities, businesses and society around the world. The decentralised renewable energy sector is no exception. READ MORE