The USAID-NREL Partnership collaborates with countries on projects across the globe, helping them with policy, planning, and deployment support for advanced energy technologies.
The USAID-NREL Partnership is part of a team that has developed a comprehensive training program to enable Colombia's energy sector workforce to efficiently integrate growing volumes of variable renewable energy.
The USAID-NREL Partnership is developing resources to help partner countries navigate energy sector impacts related to the novel strain of the coronavirus.
USAID and NREL are leading the Advanced Energy Partnership for Asia, which focuses on enabling deployment of advanced energy systems for secure, resilient, and sustainable economic growth across Asia.
USAID and NREL provide technical assistance to the Government of Bangladesh to support renewable energy development with a goal of stimulating private sector investment, spurring economic development, and meeting growing energy demand through domestic energy resources.
The USAID-NREL Partnership develops tools and resources to assist power system operators, planners, and regulators in gaining a better understanding of the role of energy storage can play on the grid.
The USAID-NREL Partnership supported Haiti's first-ever request for proposals dedicated to mini-grid development.
This collaborative analysis explores how domestic and imported renewable energy resources could be developed to complement Lao PDR's existing energy infrastructure.
A published study shows how policy revisions may impact the adoption of distributed photovoltaic in the Philippines.
This study outlines best practices drawn from developed countries for implementing energy efficiency programs in low-income households and discusses opportunities for applying these concepts globally.
The USAID-NREL Partnership supported the first ever renewable energy auction held in Kazakhstan using the Renewable Energy Explorer.
The USAID-NREL Partnership supported an India-led study showing the country can achieve its target of 175 gigawatts of installed renewable capacity by 2022.
NREL’s System Advisor Model was used to explore the economics of distributed solar photovoltaics in Mexico.
This project is helping to build an environment that could enable bankable, microgrid investments in Sub-Saharan Africa.
The USAID-NREL Partnership assessed the impact of distributed photovoltaics on utility revenues and customer electricity rates in Thailand.
Developed by the USAID-NREL Partnership, the Resilient Energy Platform provides direct resources, data, and tools to enhance power sector resilience.
Read about other USAID-NREL Partnership projects on the NREL Integrated Energy Solutions website.