Revelle Group can help you to make your renewable project happen

Revelle Group has introduced a new service line for private sector clients. We are leveraging 20 years of our experience working with governments, international donors and development banks to create policies and strengthen institutional capacity to deal with renewable energy and energy efficiency.

We understand the policy and regulatory framework for renewable energy in developing countries. We have good local connections and know how to navigate local particularities of government institutions.

Do you know Ukraine has incredible potential to increase renewable energy use by ten-fold from 87 petajoules (PJ) in 2009, to 870 PJ of total final renewable energy based on assessment by the International Renewable energy Agency (IRENA)? We can help you navigate Ukraine’s support schemes for renewable energy and make your project happen or find the right project for your investment.

We also have insights on funding opportunities at the project level from public sources. We can help you to identify funding and grants for your project from international donors and development banks.

Have you already heard about ElectriFI? The Electrification Financing Initiative (ElectriFI) is an EU initiative that will support electrification investments and lead to new and improved connections, with strong features for scalability. Revelle Group can help you prepare your application.

We know where to look for the right information to save your time so that you can focus on your core business. We can execute market research studies, assessments or feasibility studies, bringing together the right team of international and local experts to suit your needs.

Have you already seen the REN21 UNECE report on status of renewable energy and energy efficiency in Eastern Europe, Caucasus, Central Asia, Balkans and Russia? It is only one of the examples of our successful research work.

Contact us for find mutually attractive opportunities

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