Renewable Energy Microfinance and Microenterprise Program (REMMP)
USAID’s Renewable Energy Microfinance and Microenterprise Program (REMMP) is designed to improve access to modern energy services in underserved communities, while at the same time helping USAID partners reduce carbon emissions. A key goal of REMMP is to increase the availability of consumer financing for clean energy services and products to enable low-income populations gain access to technologies that can improve their livelihoods and quality of life while mitigating climate change. The program focuses on household and community-scale technologies such as solar home systems, cookstoves and microgrids. The REMMP website includes information on services provided to project partners and links to project factsheets.