More than 250 projects and assignments
in more than 50 countries

(Africa, Europe, Latin America, Asia, Middle East,…)

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    Technical support to the solar energy program of Garamba National Park

    2019-2021 / African Parks Network - UE


    Development of the Integrated Action Plan and effective management tools to promote sustainable access to household energy and mitigate climate change

    2019 / Mairie de Bangui (EU)


    Strengthening the technical and financial capacities of companies in the renewable energy sector in Madagascar

    2018 - 2019 / GIZ


    Analysis of the Charcoal Value Chainin in Katete district

    2018 / SNV


    Technical support to the Rural Electrification by Renewable Energies (ERER) program in the Sava Region - Hydroelectric installations and distribution networks

    2017 - 2021 / SHER-KfW


    GET.invest Finance Catalyst

    2016 - 2021 / PfI (GIZ)

Our mission Work for sustainable development and energy access for all in developing countries

3 areas of work

  • 01Increase access to sustainable energy services

    MARGE promotes the access to sustainable energy services through a blend of different approaches and technologies, well aware of the importance of focusing on a sector wide and integrated approach.

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  • 02Promote energy efficiency

    MARGE supports its clients at any step of the energy flow, from the supply to the demand-side management. This includes energy efficiency as one of the most effective ways to reduce consumption.

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  • 03Promote Public Private Collaboration

    MARGE leverages the resources and skills of entrepreneurs, firms and utilities to promote sustainable energy access through public private partnerships.

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MARGE is participating to a Pre-Feasibility Study for Electrification and Clean Cooking for Rural Schools in Rwanda. The project takes place within the Technical Assistance Facility for the “Sustainable Energy for All” (SE4ALL) initiative, funded by the European Union and implemented by a consortium led by Stantec. Its global objective is to contribute to improve the standard of education and basic energy services by providing reliable electricity and environmentally sustainable cooking for public schools in Rwanda while reducing carbon emissions and unsustainable biomass consumption. Read more

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