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ECREEE partnership seeks women-led sustainable energy enterprises

Three organisations with presence in the energy sector, comprising of ECREEE, CTCN and PFAN have launched a call for proposals for women-led sustainable energy enterprises in West Africa to participate in the CTCN/ECOWAS Project on Mainstreaming Gender for a Climate-Resilient Energy System in West Africa.

CTCN promotes the accelerated transfer of environmentally sound technologies for low carbon and climate resilient development at the request of developing countries. While PFAN aims to bridge the gap between investors and entrepreneurs.

Women-led sustainable energy enterprises

Women-led businesses employing clean energy solutions to facilitate women’s economic empowerment in the ECOWAS countries and seeking investments of up to $50 million are invited to apply for the competition.


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