GSEP’s pioneering projects demonstrate the viability and replicability of electrification technologies and empower communities to pursue cleaner, more reliable and affordable energy.

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  • Solar

Uruguay solar and storage project

GSEP integrates advanced electrification technologies to Uruguay's grid to increase the profitability of the dairy sector.

  • Transportation electrification

E-Bus Project in Lima, Peru

The first e-bus to be introduced into Lima's official public transit system will forge the path for electric mobility in the country.

  • Solar

Nepal Energy for Education Solar Project

Providing a remote community in Nepal with access to cleaner lighting that has improved the quality of life and education for residents.

  • Solar

Solar-Ice Power Plant in Dhiffushi, Maldives

Powering a small community in the Maldives with solar energy and producing ice for local fishermen.

  • Solar

Galápagos San Cristóbal Island Wind Park

Ecuador’s first large-scale wind park supplies a third of the island’s electricity needs through renewable energy.

  • Solar

Solar Lamp Program

More than 60,000 solar lamps now provide cleaner lighting to off-grid households that previously had no electricity access.

  • Wind

Hybrid Wind-Diesel System in Chorriaca, Argentina

Providing an isolated community in Argentina with access to sustainable electricity service, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, using local renewable energy sources.

  • Hydro

Microhydro Power Plant in Cochico, Argentina

Replacing diesel generation with hydropower in an isolated community in Patagonia, Argentina.

  • Solar

Tuvalu Solar Power System

The first grid-connected solar power system in one of the world’s most climate-vulnerable nations.

  • Energy efficiency

Thermal Plant Energy Efficiency Improvements in Jordan

Reducing greenhouse gases by providing technical assistance and improving energy efficiency at two thermal plants in Jordan.

  • Hydro

Ifugao Ambangal Minihydro Power Plant

Powering a remote agricultural community while rehabilitating the Banaue Rice Terraces, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Philippines.

  • Solar

W Regional Park Solar Energy System

Four solar systems help safeguard this UNESCO World Heritage Site while fulfilling the basic needs of locals around the park.

  • Hydro

Microhydro Power Plant in Chendebji, Bhutan

Providing clean and reliable hydropower for the first time to a remote village in Bhutan.

  • Solar

Renewable Energy Systems in Indonesia

Pioneering the introduction of renewable energy systems in remote off-grid communities in Indonesia.

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