The Energising Development Program (EnDev), with support from the Department for International Development (DFID), is piloting Results Based Financing (RBF) as a tool to develop markets for low-carbon off-grid energy access products and services in developing countries. A first tranche of RBF incentives will go on the market in early 2014. EnDev and DFID aim to further strengthen the learning on RBF through a second tranche of projects emphasizing innovation in (RBF) approaches and technology sub-sectors.
With the aim of generating innovative ideas for expanding the RBF portfolio, and for exchanging views on RBF opportunities in the energy access sector in general, EnDev is hosting an online consultation/brainstorm on Energypedia.
The consultation will end on 17 November 2013.