• Public-Private Partnerships for Sustainable Electricity Development Program

    Empowering decision-makers through regional conferences worldwide that help define best strategies and practices for the successful implementation of PPPs in the sustainable electricity sector. Learn more

  • Galapagos San Cristobal Wind Project (2008) – Ecuador

    Strong synergies can result when public, private and civil society actors commit to work together for one common goal.

  • Tuvalu Solar Power Project (2008) – Tuvalu

    We help promote energy access and the deployment of climate change mitigating technologies.

  • Ifugao-Ambangal Mini-hydro Project (2010) – Philippines

    Our projects demonstrate local renewable energy development is not only possible but also sustainable.

  • Nepal Energy for Education Project (2013) – proposed by an ESED Alumni

    Our ESED scholarships play a significant role in supporting a growing pool of outstanding students who represent the much-needed sustainable energy development experts of tomorrow.

In the spotlight

GSEP Completes Solar Lamp Distribution Around the World 


Working in partnership with the Global BrightLight Foundation, GSEP has completed its commitment to distribute 50,000 solar lamps worldwide.


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Follow our projects


Energy for Education Project

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Patagonia Renewable Energy Projects

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Dhiffushi Solar-Ice Project

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Biogas Micro Generation System Project

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Upcoming events

Workshop on Tariff Structure with the Pacific Power Association (PPA) - Guam - August 18-22, 2014


Workshop on Renewable Energies and Energy Efficiency in the Sub-Mediterranean Basin Regions - Oran, Algeria - September 23-25, 2014 - in partnership with R20


High-level Dialogue on Strengthening PPP for Sustainable Energy and Energy Efficiency - New Delhi, India - November 27-28, 2014 - in partnership with TERI


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