The U.S.-Africa Clean Energy Development and Finance Center in Johannesburg, South Africa will open in 2013 to provide the U.S. private sector, as well as our sub-Saharan African partners, with a centralized means to identify and access U.S. government support for clean energy export and investment needs. The Center aims to assist sub-Saharan African energy developers implement clean energy projects while promoting U.S. private sector participation in sub-Saharan Africa’s economic development.
The Center will advance the recently announced U.S.-Africa Clean Energy Finance (US-ACEF) Initiative, a $20 million collaborative financing mechanism developed by the State Department, OPIC, and USTDA. The Initiative aims to support private sector investment and increase support for U.S. businesses and exporters in sub-Saharan Africa’s clean energy sector.
The Millennium Challenge Corporation lists procurement solicitations for goods, works and services to be awarded and administered by "accountable entities" from countries with signed Compacts.
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