African Trade Insurance Agency (ATI) supports USD 67m solar project developed by responsAbility in Malawi

The COVID-19 pandemic has shown the urgency to ramp up energy access and to diversify the existing energy mix in many African countries.

Covid-19: Why it’s crucial to keep investing in renewable energy infrastructure in Sub-Sahara Africa

Unsurprisingly, planned renewable energy projects and demand in Sub-Sahara Africa have temporarily been impacted by Covid-19, where affordable and reliable electricity has been in short supply.  

Covid-19: Supporting healthcare facilities in Rwanda and Uganda

With the pandemic threatening rural communities across Sub-Saharan Africa, responsAbility Renewable Energy Holding has reached out to help organize and donate much-needed medical supplies.

Graduation year for responsAbility Renewable Energy Holding

Following a strenuous start-up phase, responsAbility Renewable Energy Holding went operational with stakes in six power plants and received a vote of confidence from investors that took AuM to USD 120 m.

One of Malawi’s first solar energy projects reaches financial close

Initial site works have begun in Nkhotakota in central Malawi, and construction of the first phase is targeted for completion by March 2020. Once complete, the project will add 46 MW of clean energy to the local power supply.

Capital increase takes rAREH to USD 120 m of AuM

responsAbility Renewable Energy Holding (rAREH) has attracted USD 48 m in new funding from all of its existing shareholders. The capital round has seen assets increase by 65%, allowing the company to further scale its activities of sustainably fighting energy poverty in Sub-Saharan Africa.

rAREH starts construction on greenfield hydropower plant

responsAbility Renewable Energy Holding has officially started construction on the 7.8 MW Nyamwamba II run-of-the-river hydropower plant located in Western Uganda. Once it becomes operational it will produce enough renewable energy to supply 34,000 households.

rAREH acquires two operational hydropower plants in Uganda

responsAbility Renewable Energy Holding (rAREH), has acquired two operational small-scale hydropower plants with a total capacity of 27.2 MW. Together, the plants supply over half a million people with clean energy in one of Africa’s most energy-starved regions.

Korea International Cooperation Agency supports rAREH Technical Assistance facility

The Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) and responsAbility Renewable Energy Holding (rAREH) are teaming up to drive the development of renewable energy generation in Sub-Saharan Africa. KOICA today announced that it has donated USD 1m to rAREH’s dedicated Technical Assistance facility.