Energy

Energy

Globally, around 1.1 billion people live without access to electricity. Ensuring universal access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy by 2030 is one of the Sustainable Development Goals adopted in 2015. GPRBA supports the energy access goal using output-based approaches to service delivery for low-income communities through subsidies linked to actual results achieved. OBA, one of the RBF instruments the program was initially testing, specifically targets poor populations, it helps to ensure that the benefits of infrastructure investment reach those most in need. The program has been working in the energy sector since 2006, and the energy portfolio comprises almost half of the portfolio. 

Energy

What is Results-Based Financing Doing in Solomon Islands?

15,000 low-income residents

have been provided with afffordable, reliable electricity 

Energy

What is Results-Based Financing Doing in Mali?

130,000 rural beneficiaries

now enjoying modern energy services through renewable energy generation and mini-grids

Energy

What is Results-Based Financing Doing in Bangladesh?

500,000 villagers

in rural areas are now supplied with solar home systems for 24-hour access to electriciity