Energy for Prosperity


Matthew Cullinen

senior director, renewable energy

Richard Harrison

ceo, smart power myanmar

RFP: Agriculture Value Chains Study

Smart Power Myanmar was established in 2018 to accelerate the spread of decentralized renewable energy solutions in Myanmar and transform the long-term economic potential of millions of people currently without access to electricity. Supported by The Rockefeller Foundation and managed by Pact, we connect economically viable and reliable energy solutions, such as renewable energy mini-grids to demand from rural families, entrepreneurs, farms, and enterprises to boost incomes, grow businesses, and foster economic growth. Smart Power Myanmar is laying the path forward for a sustainable, integrated approach to electrification. 

The goal of this assignment is to assess energy requirements of the most important agricultural value chains, develop/propose energy solutions and business models that can help deliver access and reliable supply of electricity to these value chains in a timely and cost-effective manner and identify two or three investment opportunities and pilots that government, private sector and donors could take action on to demonstrate proof of concept.

Deadline: Mar 5, 2020