Technical Solutions
for Sustainable
Development

EnGreen is a network of qualified professionals capable to plan, execute, manage and monitor profit and non-profit high impact projects, as well as coaching client’s team to ensure strategic and operative self-reliance “

Low-carbon
technologies

Off-grid
energy systems

Water and
sanitation

Sustainable
housing

Rural
development

Capacity
building

 Our Services

STRATEGY


  • Country Assessment
  • Stakeholders analysis
  • Risk assessment
  • Market screening
  • Feasibility study
  • Project origination
  • Finance advisory

DESIGN


  • Proposal and Tender Development
  • Energy Need assessment
  • Environmental & Social Impact Assessment
  • Engineering Design
  • Business modelling

IMPLEMENTATION


  • Project Management & Administration
  • Works supervision
  • HQSE Coordination
  • Procurement
  • Permitting

OPERATION


  • Monitoring & Evaluation
  • Start-up shadowing
  • Operation & Maintenance planning
  • System optimization

COACHING


  • Partnership structuring
  • Capacity building
  • Institutional training
  • Business Incubation
  • Community inclusion activities
  • Client’s Team shadowing and training

 Last News

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July 2020

Training of Trainers

EnGreen , in collaboration with RES4AFRICA, is giving classes during the Training of Trainers, a specific module of Micro Grid Academy, whose goal is to : · Introduce future MGA
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June 2020

Feasibility study for 5 hybrid mini-grids in Zambézia and Nampula (Mozambique)

EnGreen, in joint venture with Reiner Lemoin Institut, has been awarded by the Belgian Cooperation Agency of a contract for 5 mini-grids technical and economic feasibility studies. Field data collection
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May 2020

Capacity Building in Democratic Republic of Congo

The 11th Micro-Grid Academy session was held in Bukavu and Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo, from the 18th to the 22nd of May 2020. Carried out in collaboration with the Ministry of
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Research & Design
for Impact

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