Renewable Energy-Based Electrcity for Rural Social and Economic Development (RESPRO)

The RESPRO project has been implemented as a means to address the need to find sustainable energy paths for rural social and economic development, while at the same time minimizing the disruption to the local, regional or global environment and maximizing the economic benefits. It has consisted on the development of a PV dissemination process in the Northern regions of Ghana as an alternative to the expansion of the fossil fuel-based rural electrification.

Area of Evaluation: 

Mitigation

Thematic Cluster: 

Renewable energy

Theme of Evaluation: 

Renewable Energy

GEF Funding: 

Yes

Level of Evaluation: 

Country

Region: 

Subsaharan Africa

Type of Evaluation: 

Final Evaluation

Country: 

Ghana

Institution: 

UNDP

Evaluation Author: 

Dr Samir AMOUS, et al.

Year of Evaluation: 

2002