U.S-Based Foundation Splashes N36m On Each Nigerian That Can Provide Solar Power
Two United States-based foundations, USADF and All On, is calling on Nigerians to take advantage of its N36 million support fund.
To qualify, applicants must be a Nigerian with business registered in Nigeria as a solar power solution provider.
The USADF/All On off-grid energy challenge proposal reads as follow:
USADF and All On are excited to request proposals for the USADF-all On Off-Grid Energy Challenge.
Proposals are invited from eligible Nigerian off-grid energy companies. Selected enterprises will receive funding in the form of convertible debt and grant capital.
To be considered for the Challenge, applicants must be 100% African-owned, majority Nigerian-owned and -managed private companies registered in Nigeria and must be operating in Nigeria.
All instructions to apply are included in the document labeled “RFP,” uploaded below. The application template for applicants to fill in is also uploaded below.
Applicants must send the completed application template, as well as all required attachments, before February 29, 2019.
Please note that applications will be reviewed on a first come, first serve basis, so it is advised that applicants submit their proposals as soon as possible.
For details on eligibility and full application instructions, please refer to the Request for Proposals document.
The Application period is Open from January 15 to February 29, 2020.
For a chance to get the N36 million, applicants are directed to register now at usadf.gov/off-grid?linkId=80752264.