The Alliance provides grants for research, capacity building, training, entrepreneur support, in-country alliances and other initiatives that help advance and catalyze the clean cookstoves and fuels sector. To ensure that the Alliance funds high-quality proposals selected from a range of potential applicants, Secretariat-funded projects typically include a competitive peer-reviewed selection process, although a limited set of sole-source and catalytic small grants may be awarded without external review.
To see a list of Alliance grants awarded, click here.
Closing: Oct 11,2018
The Wellcome Trust is currently accepting proposals for research funding under the Our Planet, Our Health (OPOH) program.
Closing: Nov 06,2018
In 2019, 10 winners from around the world will receive a prize fund (up to £20,000) and global recognition for their achievements in increasing access to sustainable energy, promoting sustainable travel, and helping build a low-carbon future. This year's competition features a clean cooking category.
Closing: Nov 14,2018
The aim of this competition is to support highly innovative, market-focused energy solutions in any technology or sector or international market. The Department for International Development (DFID) and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) will invest up to £10 million in innovation projects. Projects must start by 1 April 2019 and end by 30 Sept 2021.
Closing: Dec 31,2021
This is the first of its kind, uncapped and unlimited-life fund to support growth of small and growing businesses in Africa. The fund will focus on Small and Growing Businesses that are grossly underserved by other funds or financiers.
Closing: Jul 01,2023
The aim of the fund is to create sustainable employment, economic growth and social development through the provision of business development assistance, risk finance (US$ 10,000 to US$100,000) and market linkages to viable, growth-oriented small enterprises.
Closing: Dec 31,2023
Development Innovation Venture (DIV) provides flexible, tiered grant funding to test new ideas, take strategic risks, build evidence of what works, and advance the best solutions. Proposals are accepted year-round across three stages, from any type of organization, in any country in which USAID operates. Awards range from $200,000 - $5,000,000 over 3 - 5 years.