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Projects

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

Uruguay solar and storage project

GSEP integrates advanced electrification technologies to Uruguay’s grid to increase the profitability of the dairy sector, a first in the country.

E-Bus Project in Lima, Peru

The first electric bus introduced into Lima’s official public transit system, forging the path for electric mobility in the country.

Solar-Ice Power Plant in Dhiffushi, Maldives

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

Uruguay solar and storage project

GSEP integrates advanced electrification technologies to Uruguay’s grid to increase the profitability of the dairy sector, a first in the country.

E-Bus Project in Lima, Peru

The first electric bus introduced into Lima’s official public transit system, forging the path for electric mobility in the country.
Powering a small community in the Maldives with solar energy and producing ice for local fishermen.
Ecuador’s first large-scale wind park supplies a third of the island’s electricity needs through renewable energy.
More than 60,000 solar lamps now provide cleaner lighting to off-grid households that previously had no electricity access.
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.
Replacing diesel generation with hydropower in an isolated community in Patagonia, Argentina.
Providing a remote community in Nepal with access to cleaner lighting that has improved the quality of life and education for residents.
Powering a remote agricultural community while rehabilitating the Banaue Rice Terraces, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Philippines.
The first grid-connected solar power system in one of the world’s most climate-vulnerable nations.
Providing clean and reliable hydropower for the first time to a remote village in Bhutan.
Four solar systems help safeguard this UNESCO World Heritage Site while fulfilling the basic needs of locals around the park.

Important

Please note that the Global Sustainable Electricity Partnership will cease operations as of the end of June 2024.