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Economic growth and poverty reduction in Africa cannot happen without bringing sustainable, affordable power to African companies.

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We invest blended capital directly in mini-grid projects serving rural African households and businesses. Economic growth and poverty reduction

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CrossBoundary is the advisory partner for the first all-women investment mission to Africa

CrossBoundary is the advisory partner for the first all-women investment mission to Africa

CrossBoundary facilitated the Agribusiness Deal Room at the 2019 AGRF conference

CrossBoundary facilitated the Agribusiness Deal Room at the 2019 AGRF conference

inspiratia market insight discusses what the PowerGen Renewable Energy transaction in Tanzania means for Africa’s Mini-Grid Sector

inspiratia market insight discusses what the PowerGen Renewable Energy transaction in Tanzania means for Africa’s Mini-Grid Sector

CrossBoundary Energy’s fully financed solar Power Purchase Agreements are providing cleaner, cheaper power for Nigeria’s corporate sector

CrossBoundary Energy’s fully financed solar Power Purchase Agreements are providing cleaner, cheaper power for Nigeria’s corporate sector

CrossBoundary supports the Agribusiness Deal Room at the African Green Revolution Forum 2019

CrossBoundary supports the Agribusiness Deal Room at the African Green Revolution Forum 2019

Shea butter plant in Mali advised by CrossBoundary reaches financial close and starts construction

Shea butter plant in Mali advised by CrossBoundary reaches financial close and starts construction

NextBillion publishes the preliminary results of the Mini-Grid Innovation Lab’s prototype on appliance financing

NextBillion publishes the preliminary results of the Mini-Grid Innovation Lab’s prototype on appliance financing

The Mini-Grid Innovation Lab publishes initial results on their appliance financing prototype

The Mini-Grid Innovation Lab publishes initial results on their appliance financing prototype

African Energy covered the close of CrossBoundary Energy Access’s first deal

African Energy covered the close of CrossBoundary Energy Access’s first deal

Actis’ Jabi Lake Mall partners with CrossBoundary Energy to become Nigeria’s first solar-powered mall

Actis’ Jabi Lake Mall partners with CrossBoundary Energy to become Nigeria’s first solar-powered mall

Forbes wrote about our first transaction with PowerGen Renewable Energy

Forbes wrote about our first transaction with PowerGen Renewable Energy

CrossBoundary Energy Access and PowerGen Pioneer Long-Term Mini-Grid Project Financing at Scale

CrossBoundary Energy Access and PowerGen Pioneer Long-Term Mini-Grid Project Financing at Scale

CrossBoundary Energy signs PPA with XFlora Group

CrossBoundary Energy signs PPA with XFlora Group

Driving Investment In East Africa – Creating Jobs, Growing Companies

Driving Investment In East Africa – Creating Jobs, Growing Companies

CrossBoundary is excited to support the US Government’s new Prosper Africa Initiative.

CrossBoundary is excited to support the US Government’s new Prosper Africa Initiative.

Jake Cusack spoke on investing in Africa at the Stanford Africa Business Forum

Jake Cusack spoke on investing in Africa at the Stanford Africa Business Forum

NextBillion publishes the results of the Mini-Grid Innovation Lab’s first protoptype

NextBillion publishes the results of the Mini-Grid Innovation Lab’s first protoptype

Tunuka Gray spoke on inclusive markets and access to vital services across East Africa at the ‘Access for All’ book launch

Tunuka Gray spoke on inclusive markets and access to vital services across East Africa at the ‘Access for All’ book launch

Nigerian Breweries and CrossBoundary Energy pioneer First Solar Powered Brewery in Africa

Nigerian Breweries and CrossBoundary Energy pioneer First Solar Powered Brewery in Africa

CrossBoundary hosted Wharton’s Global Immersion Program East Africa participants

CrossBoundary hosted Wharton’s Global Immersion Program East Africa participants
CrossBoundary is the advisory partner for the first all-women investment mission to Africa CrossBoundary is the advisory partner for...
CrossBoundary facilitated the Agribusiness Deal Room at the 2019 AGRF conference CrossBoundary facilitated the Agribusiness Deal Room...
inspiratia market insight discusses what the PowerGen Renewable Energy transaction in Tanzania means for Africa’s Mini-Grid Sector inspiratia market insight discusses what the...
CrossBoundary Energy’s fully financed solar Power Purchase Agreements are providing cleaner, cheaper power for Nigeria’s corporate sector CrossBoundary Energy’s fully financed solar Power...
CrossBoundary supports the Agribusiness Deal Room at the African Green Revolution Forum 2019 CrossBoundary supports the Agribusiness Deal Room...
Shea butter plant in Mali advised by CrossBoundary reaches financial close and starts construction Shea butter plant in Mali advised...
NextBillion publishes the preliminary results of the Mini-Grid Innovation Lab’s prototype on appliance financing NextBillion publishes the preliminary results of...
The Mini-Grid Innovation Lab publishes initial results on their appliance financing prototype The Mini-Grid Innovation Lab publishes initial...
African Energy covered the close of CrossBoundary Energy Access’s first deal African Energy covered the close of...
Actis’ Jabi Lake Mall partners with CrossBoundary Energy to become Nigeria’s first solar-powered mall Actis’ Jabi Lake Mall partners with...
Forbes wrote about our first transaction with PowerGen Renewable Energy Forbes wrote about our first transaction...
CrossBoundary Energy Access and PowerGen Pioneer Long-Term Mini-Grid Project Financing at Scale CrossBoundary Energy Access and PowerGen Pioneer...
CrossBoundary Energy signs PPA with XFlora Group CrossBoundary Energy signs PPA with XFlora...
Driving Investment In East Africa – Creating Jobs, Growing Companies Driving Investment In East Africa –...
CrossBoundary is excited to support the US Government’s new Prosper Africa Initiative. CrossBoundary is excited to support the...
Jake Cusack spoke on investing in Africa at the Stanford Africa Business Forum Jake Cusack spoke on investing in...
NextBillion publishes the results of the Mini-Grid Innovation Lab’s first protoptype NextBillion publishes the results of the...
Tunuka Gray spoke on inclusive markets and access to vital services across East Africa at the ‘Access for All’ book launch Tunuka Gray spoke on inclusive markets...
Nigerian Breweries and CrossBoundary Energy pioneer First Solar Powered Brewery in Africa Nigerian Breweries and CrossBoundary Energy pioneer...
CrossBoundary hosted Wharton’s Global Immersion Program East Africa participants CrossBoundary hosted Wharton’s Global Immersion Program...
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CrossBoundary is the advisory partner for the first all-women investment mission to Africa

CrossBoundary is the advisory partner for the first all-women investment mission to Africa

Advisory News September 13, 2019
CrossBoundary is the official advisory partner for INVEST Africa US Women’s Investment Mission to Rwanda. The first all-women investment mission to Africa, led by Cherie Blair CBE QC, founder of The Cherie Blair Foundation for Women. The delegation consisted of top business women including, Barbara Ann Bernard, founder and Chief Investment Officer (CIO) of Bahamas-based asset management firm, Wincrest Capital, Fatoumata Ba, a Tech Entrepreneur and Venture Capital Investor, currently the founder and executive chair of Janngo and Managing Partner of Janngo Capital, based in France and Cote D’Ivoire among others.
CrossBoundary facilitated the Agribusiness Deal Room at the 2019 AGRF conference

CrossBoundary facilitated the Agribusiness Deal Room at the 2019 AGRF conference

Advisory News September 9, 2019
We were part of the Agribusiness Deal Room at the 2019 AGRF conference. The Deal Room facilitated over 250 scheduled meetings inside the Investment Center between capital providers and SMEs. Over 100 SMEs participated in the Deal Room; these businesses have a total fundraising need of $759 million and were able to meet with over 50 capital providers that offer debt, equity, quasi-equity, and grant funding.
inspiratia market insight discusses what the PowerGen Renewable Energy transaction in Tanzania means for Africa’s Mini-Grid Sector

inspiratia market insight discusses what the PowerGen Renewable Energy transaction in Tanzania means for Africa’s Mini-Grid Sector

Energy Access News August 28, 2019
inspiratia features Humphrey Wireko discussing how the CrossBoundary Energy Access and PowerGen Renewable Energy transaction is proving a project financing model to establish mini-grids as infrastructure assets.
CrossBoundary is the advisory partner for the first all-women investment mission to Africa
Advisory News

CrossBoundary is the advisory partner for the first all-women investment mission to Africa

CrossBoundary is the official advisory partner for INVEST Africa US Women’s Investment Mission to Rwanda. The first all-women investment mission to Africa, led by Cherie Blair CBE QC, founder of The Cherie Blair Foundation for women. The delegation consisted of top businesswomen including, Barbara Ann Bernard, founder and Chief Investment Officer (CIO) of Bahamas-based asset management firm, Wincrest Capital, Fatoumata Ba, a Tech Entrepreneur and Venture Capital Investor, currently the founder and executive chair of Janngo and Managing Partner of Janngo Capital, based in France and Cote D’Ivoire among others.

CrossBoundary facilitated the Agribusiness Deal Room at the 2019 AGRF conference
Advisory News

CrossBoundary facilitated the Agribusiness Deal Room at the 2019 AGRF conference

We were part of the Agribusiness Deal Room at the 2019 AGRF conference. The Deal Room facilitated over 250 scheduled meetings inside the Investment Center between capital providers and SMEs. Over 100 SMEs participated in the Deal Room; these businesses have a total fundraising need of $759 million and were able to meet with over 50 capital providers that offer debt, equity, quasi-equity, and grant funding.

inspiratia market insight discusses what the PowerGen Renewable Energy transaction in Tanzania means for Africa’s Mini-Grid Sector
Energy Access News

inspiratia market insight discusses what the PowerGen Renewable Energy transaction in Tanzania means for Africa’s Mini-Grid Sector

inspiratia features Humphrey Wireko discussing how the CrossBoundary Energy Access and PowerGen Renewable Energy transaction is proving a project financing model to establish mini-grids as infrastructure assets.

CrossBoundary is the advisory partner for the first all-women investment mission to Africa

CrossBoundary is the advisory partner for the first all-women investment mission to Africa

Advisory News September 13, 2019
CrossBoundary facilitated the Agribusiness Deal Room at the 2019 AGRF conference

CrossBoundary facilitated the Agribusiness Deal Room at the 2019 AGRF conference

Advisory News September 9, 2019
CrossBoundary supports the Agribusiness Deal Room at the African Green Revolution Forum 2019

CrossBoundary supports the Agribusiness Deal Room at the African Green Revolution Forum 2019

Advisory News August 14, 2019
Shea butter plant in Mali advised by CrossBoundary reaches financial close and starts construction

Shea butter plant in Mali advised by CrossBoundary reaches financial close and starts construction

Advisory News August 13, 2019
NextBillion publishes the preliminary results of the Mini-Grid Innovation Lab’s prototype on appliance financing

NextBillion publishes the preliminary results of the Mini-Grid Innovation Lab’s prototype on appliance financing

Advisory News August 8, 2019
The Mini-Grid Innovation Lab publishes initial results on their appliance financing prototype

The Mini-Grid Innovation Lab publishes initial results on their appliance financing prototype

Advisory News August 7, 2019
CrossBoundary is the advisory partner for the first all-women investment mission to Africa
Advisory News

CrossBoundary is the advisory partner for the first all-women investment mission to Africa

CrossBoundary is the official advisory partner for INVEST Africa US Women’s Investment Mission to Rwanda. The first all-women investment mission to Africa, led by Cherie Blair CBE QC, founder of The Cherie Blair Foundation for women. The delegation consisted of top businesswomen including, Barbara Ann Bernard, founder and Chief Investment Officer (CIO) of Bahamas-based asset management firm, Wincrest Capital, Fatoumata Ba, a Tech Entrepreneur and Venture Capital Investor, currently the founder and executive chair of Janngo and Managing Partner of Janngo Capital, based in France and Cote D’Ivoire among others.

CrossBoundary facilitated the Agribusiness Deal Room at the 2019 AGRF conference
Advisory News

CrossBoundary facilitated the Agribusiness Deal Room at the 2019 AGRF conference

We were part of the Agribusiness Deal Room at the 2019 AGRF conference. The Deal Room facilitated over 250 scheduled meetings inside the Investment Center between capital providers and SMEs. Over 100 SMEs participated in the Deal Room; these businesses have a total fundraising need of $759 million and were able to meet with over 50 capital providers that offer debt, equity, quasi-equity, and grant funding.

CrossBoundary supports the Agribusiness Deal Room at the African Green Revolution Forum 2019
Advisory News

CrossBoundary supports the Agribusiness Deal Room at the African Green Revolution Forum 2019

The African Green Revolution Forum (AGRF) is an alliance of partners that work to drive inclusive agricultural transformation in Africa. The Forum meets in an annual event organized by the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA), an institution dedicated to catalyzing and sustaining inclusive agricultural transformation by increasing incomes and improving food security across the continent.

Shea butter plant in Mali advised by CrossBoundary reaches financial close and starts construction
Advisory News

Shea butter plant in Mali advised by CrossBoundary reaches financial close and starts construction

NextBillion publishes the preliminary results of the Mini-Grid Innovation Lab’s prototype on appliance financing
Advisory News

NextBillion publishes the preliminary results of the Mini-Grid Innovation Lab’s prototype on appliance financing

The Mini-Grid Innovation Lab publishes initial results on their appliance financing prototype
Advisory News

The Mini-Grid Innovation Lab publishes initial results on their appliance financing prototype

The Mini-Grid Innovation Lab is running a prototype to help developers test whether appliance financing can drive profitable revenue and improve the mini-grid business model. In this latest edition of Innovation Insight, we provide exciting new findings and insights.

CrossBoundary Energy’s fully financed solar Power Purchase Agreements are providing cleaner, cheaper power for Nigeria’s corporate sector

CrossBoundary Energy’s fully financed solar Power Purchase Agreements are providing cleaner, cheaper power for Nigeria’s corporate sector

Energy News August 27, 2019
Actis’ Jabi Lake Mall partners with CrossBoundary Energy to become Nigeria’s first solar-powered mall

Actis’ Jabi Lake Mall partners with CrossBoundary Energy to become Nigeria’s first solar-powered mall

Energy News July 23, 2019
CrossBoundary Energy signs PPA with XFlora Group

CrossBoundary Energy signs PPA with XFlora Group

Energy News July 5, 2019
Nigerian Breweries and CrossBoundary Energy pioneer First Solar Powered Brewery in Africa

Nigerian Breweries and CrossBoundary Energy pioneer First Solar Powered Brewery in Africa

Energy News March 18, 2019
Kathleen Jean-Pierre, Vision & Delivery Lead, CrossBoundary Energy, featured on the Bloomberg NEF Summit

Kathleen Jean-Pierre, Vision & Delivery Lead, CrossBoundary Energy, featured on the Bloomberg NEF Summit

Energy News February 7, 2019
CrossBoundary Energy Ghana to build Ghana’s first PPA-financed solar plant for Kasapreko Company Ltd

CrossBoundary Energy Ghana to build Ghana’s first PPA-financed solar plant for Kasapreko Company Ltd

Energy News January 14, 2019
CrossBoundary Energy’s fully financed solar Power Purchase Agreements are providing cleaner, cheaper power for Nigeria’s corporate sector
Energy News

CrossBoundary Energy’s fully financed solar Power Purchase Agreements are providing cleaner, cheaper power for Nigeria’s corporate sector

Leading Nigerian newspapers, Leadership Nigeria, The Nation Nigeria, The Punch Newspapers, ThisDay and Vanguard, covered our announcement to deliver a 600KW rooftop solar plant for Actis’ Jabi Lake Mall. We are already installing a 650KW solar rooftop plant at the Ibadan facility of Nigerian Breweries Plc (a Heineken subsidiary). With our fully financed solar Power Purchase Agreements, we are providing cleaner, cheaper power to fuel the growth of Nigeria’s corporate sector.

Actis’ Jabi Lake Mall partners with CrossBoundary Energy to become Nigeria’s first solar-powered mall
Energy News

Actis’ Jabi Lake Mall partners with CrossBoundary Energy to become Nigeria’s first solar-powered mall

Jabi Lake Mall, Abuja’s one-stop leisure, restaurant and retail destination, brought to the market by Actis, a leading emerging market investor, today announced an agreement with CrossBoundary Energy (CBE) to become the first solar-powered mall in Nigeria. Actis previously collaborated with CBE on implementing the largest solar carport in Africa at Garden City Mall in Nairobi.

CrossBoundary Energy signs PPA with XFlora Group
Energy News

CrossBoundary Energy signs PPA with XFlora Group

CrossBoundary Energy was delighted to sign a fully financed Power Purchase Agreement with XFlora Group, providing their 4 rose farms in Nakuru, Kenya with cheaper and cleaner solar energy. Each year the solar plant will produce 750 GWh and reduce CO2 emissions by 450 tonnes per annum.

Nigerian Breweries and CrossBoundary Energy pioneer First Solar Powered Brewery in Africa
Energy News

Nigerian Breweries and CrossBoundary Energy pioneer First Solar Powered Brewery in Africa

Nigerian Breweries Plc (NB) and CrossBoundary Energy are today announcing the signing of Heineken’s first solar project in Africa. CrossBoundary Energy will be installing and operating a 650 kW solar plant located at NB’s Ibadan Brewery, which will be operational in 2019.

The landmark project is the first of its kind for Nigeria – a fully-financed solar Power Purchase Agreement for a major Nigerian business customer. CrossBoundary Energy will operate the rooftop facility on behalf of Nigerian Breweries as part of a 15-year solar services agreement. Under the agreement, NB will only pay for solar power produced, receiving a single monthly bill that incorporates all maintenance, monitoring, insurance and financing costs.

The solar plant will supply 1GWh annually to the Ibadan brewery at a significant discount to their current cost of power, while reducing the site’s CO2 emissions by over 10,000 tonnes over the lifespan of the plant.

Jordi Borrut Bel, Managing Director of Nigerian Breweries Plc stated “We are delighted to be a pioneer in the adoption of solar energy in Nigeria. The solar plant will help power our world-class brewery in Ibadan, enabling us to deliver on commitments under our ‘Brewing a Better World’ initiatives and supporting Heineken’s global ‘Drop the C’ programme for renewable energy.”

Heineken’s Drop the C programme for renewable energy aims to grow its share of production-related energy sourced from renewables from the current level of 14% to 70% by 2030. “NB’s Brewing a Better World initiative has further targeted a 40% reduction in CO2 emissions by 2030”, according to Martin Kochl, Supply Chain Director, Nigerian Breweries Plc.

Femi Fadugba, Head of Business Development for CrossBoundary Energy said: “We’re excited to be helping Nigerian Breweries go solar and to be providing the site with cleaner, cheaper power with no upfront investment or technical risk. I’m also proud that this flagship project – the first of its kind in Nigeria – will be launched in my family’s hometown of Ibadan.”

CrossBoundary Energy has commissioned TPN to design and build the plant as well as performing operations and maintenance immediately after commissioning. Ruud van Milligen, General Manager for TPN said: “We are grateful that we, as an Energy Solutions partner for Nigerian Breweries, and CrossBoundary Energy can contribute to the renewable goals of Nigerian Breweries with our custom-made energy solutions and best-in-class operations and maintenance operations.”

The plant will support the local employment of at least a dozen engineering, construction and maintenance professionals during installation and the 25+ year lifetime of the system, while supporting the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission’s (NERC) target of having 2,000MW of power capacity from renewables by 2020. Through financing packages like the one being offered by CrossBoundary Energy, Nigeria’s renewable energy sector can provide much-needed green jobs, tap global capital, improve access to affordable, reliable power for businesses, and enable Nigeria to fulfil its enormous economic potential. Support for the project has come from Shell Foundation and the Solar Nigeria programme, an initiative implemented by Adam Smith International with funding from UK Aid.

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Media & commercial enquiries for CrossBoundary Energy: Femi Fadugba, [email protected]

Media enquiries for Nigerian Breweries: [email protected]

Media enquiries for TPN: Ruud van Milligen, [email protected]

Kathleen Jean-Pierre, Vision & Delivery Lead, CrossBoundary Energy, featured on the Bloomberg NEF Summit
Energy News

Kathleen Jean-Pierre, Vision & Delivery Lead, CrossBoundary Energy, featured on the Bloomberg NEF Summit

Kathleen Jean-Pierre, Vision & Delivery Lead, CrossBoundary Energy was on a panel at the Bloomberg NEF Summit telling the audience about our 30MW African Commercial and Industrial Solar pipeline.  Simbarashe Mhuriro, Oxygen Africa, Chris Weston, Aggreko, Charlotte Aubin, GreenWish Partners and Antoine Prédour, responsAbility Investments AG were also panellists. Takehiro Kawahara, Bloomberg NEF, moderated

CrossBoundary Energy Ghana to build Ghana’s first PPA-financed solar plant for Kasapreko Company Ltd
Energy News

CrossBoundary Energy Ghana to build Ghana’s first PPA-financed solar plant for Kasapreko Company Ltd

This is Ghana’s first PPA-financed solar plant for a commercial customer. CrossBoundary Energy Ghana, the first licensed operator to finance solar PPAs for Ghanaian businesses, will operate the rooftop facility on behalf of Kasapreko as part of a 16-year solar services agreement. Under the agreement, Kasapreko will only pay for solar power produced, receiving a single monthly bill that incorporates all maintenance, monitoring, insurance and financing costs.

Yingli Namene originated the solar project opportunity with Kasapreko and together with SolarAfrica led design, procurement, and construction of the plant. CBE Ghana has retained Yingli Namene to continue provision of operations and maintenance services for the solar facility in its first year, with SolarAfrica responsible for asset management and performance monitoring.

The solar plant will supply 570 kWh annually to support the needs of the bottling facility and help to displace power supplied by diesel generators at the height of the day. Solar will also allow Kasapreko to reduce its carbon emissions by over 4,600 tonnes over the lifespan of the plant.

Richard Adjei, CEO of Kasapreko Company Limited says, “Our company produces first-class beverages using authentic traditional blends and world-class technology. CrossBoundary Energy Ghana will supply renewable power to our largest industrial facility, allowing us to focus on serving our customers and shareholders, as well as helping our environment.”

Femi Fadugba, Head of Business Development for CrossBoundary Energy Ghana says, “Kasapreko is one of Ghana’s most successful home-grown companies, whose fully modernized operations are best-in-class. CBE Ghana’s solar solution supplies the company with clean power at a discount to current energy costs, and our financing eliminated the need for any upfront spending by Kasapreko. We are pleased to support Kasapreko’s continued growth and success in Ghana through this landmark solar project.”

The plant has supported employment of 23 engineering and construction professionals in Ghana during its installation phase, and Yingli Namene’s local team, based in Accra, will continue to service the solar plant during its operation.

“Yingli Namene has been present in the Ghanaian market since the incorporation of Yingli Namene West Africa in 2015, with a mission to bring solar power to the West African market and maximise its abundant solar resource”, says Firmin Nkamleu Ngassam, Managing Director of Yingli Namene West Africa. “We are delighted to have played a critical role in delivering this solar installation for a valued customer like Kasapreko. CBE Ghana’s fully-financed solution was a key enabler of the project, and we look forward to continued work together to fully supply Kasapreko’s solar energy needs.”

The PV system has been designed to optimally integrate with Kasapreko’s existing power sources and can be expanded to supply Kasapreko with additional solar power as the company grows.

Across Sub-Saharan Africa, access to reliable, affordable electricity has been identified as one of the greatest obstacles to growth. Even though the cost of solar power continues to fall, enterprises on the continent lag their global peers in taking up solar due to the high upfront cost of purchase and the technical challenge of owning and maintaining a solar power facility.

In 2011, Ghana’s Renewable Energy Act was enacted to fast track the development of renewable energy sources and increase the contribution of renewable energy in the economy to 10%. By harnessing the power of global capital, Ghana’s renewable energy sector is evolving into a significant contributor to the economy, supporting local jobs and improving power costs for industrial enterprises.

inspiratia market insight discusses what the PowerGen Renewable Energy transaction in Tanzania means for Africa’s Mini-Grid Sector

inspiratia market insight discusses what the PowerGen Renewable Energy transaction in Tanzania means for Africa’s Mini-Grid Sector

Energy Access News August 28, 2019
African Energy covered the close of CrossBoundary Energy Access’s first deal

African Energy covered the close of CrossBoundary Energy Access’s first deal

Energy Access News July 30, 2019
Forbes wrote about our first transaction with PowerGen Renewable Energy

Forbes wrote about our first transaction with PowerGen Renewable Energy

Energy Access News July 17, 2019
CrossBoundary Energy Access and PowerGen Pioneer Long-Term Mini-Grid Project Financing at Scale

CrossBoundary Energy Access and PowerGen Pioneer Long-Term Mini-Grid Project Financing at Scale

Energy Access News July 17, 2019

What’s the Problem With Subsidizing Private-Sector Rural Electrification?

Energy Access News February 22, 2019
Response to February 8, 2019 Economist Magazine Article: The Economist should reconsider their doubts

Response to February 8, 2019 Economist Magazine Article: The Economist should reconsider their doubts

Energy Access News February 8, 2019
inspiratia market insight discusses what the PowerGen Renewable Energy transaction in Tanzania means for Africa’s Mini-Grid Sector
Energy Access News

inspiratia market insight discusses what the PowerGen Renewable Energy transaction in Tanzania means for Africa’s Mini-Grid Sector

inspiratia features Humphrey Wireko discussing how the CrossBoundary Energy Access and PowerGen Renewable Energy transaction is proving a project financing model to establish mini-grids as infrastructure assets.

African Energy covered the close of CrossBoundary Energy Access’s first deal
Energy Access News

African Energy covered the close of CrossBoundary Energy Access’s first deal

New mini-grid fund CrossBoundary Energy Access has closed its first transaction, with PowerGen Renewable Energy in Tanzania. The company is using a new project finance approach to mini-grids which it hopes will help increase the availability of finance in the sector, writes Dan Marks

Forbes wrote about our first transaction with PowerGen Renewable Energy
Energy Access News

Forbes wrote about our first transaction with PowerGen Renewable Energy

Mini-grids may finally be ready to change the world. But the small, self-sufficient electricity grids that connect communities who have not been reached by the main grid are not a new technology

CrossBoundary Energy Access and PowerGen Pioneer Long-Term Mini-Grid Project Financing at Scale
Energy Access News

CrossBoundary Energy Access and PowerGen Pioneer Long-Term Mini-Grid Project Financing at Scale

CrossBoundary Energy Access (CBEA), Africa’s first project financing facility for mini-grids, is announcing its first transaction today to finance 60 mini-grids in Tanzania in partnership with PowerGen Renewable Energy, one of the sector’s leading mini-grid developers and operators

Energy Access News

What’s the Problem With Subsidizing Private-Sector Rural Electrification?

Response to February 8, 2019 Economist Magazine Article: The Economist should reconsider their doubts
Energy Access News

Response to February 8, 2019 Economist Magazine Article: The Economist should reconsider their doubts

Read why we believe The Economist should reconsider their doubts regarding the impact of electrification on the poor.