Wala Malawi – Technical Assistance/ Malawi Energy Programme
11th of August, 2022
This new shortlist is a great opportunity for NTU to apply our extensive experience in the development of Sustainable Energy Sector in Sub-Saharan Africa
A new shortlist just for us: Wala Malawi – Technical Assistance/ Malawi Energy Programme!
A great opportunity for NTU International A/S to apply our extensive experience in the development of Sustainable Energy Sector in Sub-Saharan Africa. For this tender NTU was shortlisted solo by showcasing our extensive experience in energy sector governance and building on the achievements and challenges within the AGoSE EU programme in West Africa and the 5 years TA to Renewable Energy solutions in Zambia.
The project in Malawi, is highly relevant to the Malawi Agenda 2030 and will contribute primarily to the progressive achievements of the SDGs. The impact of this action will support the modernisation and industrialisation of the Malawian economy and of the electricity sector by implementing the necessary reforms and promoting private sector investments.
Within the framework of the Multiannual Indicative Programme (MIP) 2021-2027 for Malawi, the Africa-EU Green Energy Initiative (AEGEI), the achievement of the SDG 7, and the objectives set by the Paris Agreement at the COP21 to fight climate change, this Technical Assistance should be understood as one of the first steps in a short- to medium-term EU comprehensive programme to address the energy access issue in Malawi.
As a result of this initiative, it is expected to:
- Improve policy, legal, and institutional frameworks, as well as strengthen capacities of energy agencies.
- Improve strategic planning of investments in the national grid with secured financing of priority projects.
- Increase diversification of the global energy mix with new RE sources and IPP private sector participation in generation.
- Strengthen the participation of women in the green and digital economies.
We will build on our extensive expertise in energy sector governance and prepare a novel proposal to Institutional Strengthening for the Key Stakeholders in the Energy Sector of Malawi.