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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February 2021

Avenir Brillant – Creating socio-economic opportunities and strengthening child protection mechanisms, for potential migrants, in transit and returning to Mali

The project Avenir Brillant (Bright Future), proposed by the Italian Ministry of the Interior, has been launched in October 2020, to help promote free and informed migration choices in the
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January 2021

Completion of a feasibility study for 5 hybrid mini-grids in Zambézia and Nampula provinces of Mozambique

Mozambique is one of the poorest countries in sub-Saharan Africa, despite experiencing a sustained economic growth in the past years. It’s also one of the twenty least-electrified countries in the
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November 2020

Best practices for piloting of Energy Cooperatives in Moldova

The electricity sector of Moldova is fully dependent on external energy sources both electricity and gas wise. Only around 25% of primary energy consumption is supplied through indigenous resources, 98%
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Research & Design
for Impact

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