ecol partners with other consultancies to evaluate results-based financing (RBF) activities in the energy access domain.
ecol conducted a web-based survey as part of an evaluation of a platform for the promotion of renewable energy and resource efficiency in international cooperation.
ecol assessed the sustainability and impacts of a mini-grid facility in remote areas of Indonesia.
ecol was involved in a qualitative evaluation of GIZ’s renewable energy programme in Senegal, which involved the planning of its new phase starting in 2017.
ecol evaluates an efficient water use programme that targets coffee growers in Colombia.
ecol is leading an evaluation team assigned to study the intervention “Electrifying Rural Tanzania” financed by the Dutch Facility for Infrastructure Development ORIO over a period of four years.
ecol evaluated in collaboration with rebel group the second phase spanning over 5 years of the performance-based energy access programme “Energising Development”.
The ecol team members have led part of their projects as researchers at RWI Essen.