Access to Energy Fund Program

Supporting sustainable and clean energy projects in remote rural areas

EDP is committed in contributing to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals undertaken by the United Nations, namely by helping to transform the way energy is produced, distributed and consumed.

Access to energy (A2E) is a necessary condition to break the poverty cycle, allowing the social and economic development of remote rural areas. Electrical energy is crucial for health, education, water and agriculture, income generation and community projects.

The A2E CSR FUND Program is aimed to alleviate energy poverty by supporting sustainable and clean energy projects in developing countries.

1ST EDITION (2018-2019)

The 1st edition of this program has an endowment of 450.000€. Projects may apply for values between € 25,000 and € 100,000.


  • Up to 75% of the total project costs, for non-profit entities;
  • Up to 50% of the total project costs, for for-profit entities.
  • A2E CSR Fund will support energy access projects in Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique and Tanzania.


  • Social relevance and impact.
  • Ability to implement.
  • Partnerships.
  • Sustainability.
  • Expansion.
  • Number of beneficiaries.
  • Costs / Benefits.


To apply, please check out the Fund Regulations and the Application Form.

To submit your application:

Fill in the form and upload the application form and documents required
or send us the application form and documents by email (

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November 25, 2018
Program dates Dec 21, 2018: 0:00
Organizer EDP group
Website Visit website
Targets Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Tanzania
Sectors Clean technology and energy, Renewable energy