USADF All On Nigeria Off Grid Energy Challenge 2021

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 Request for proposal (RFP) below. The application template for applicants to fill is also uploaded below.

Eligibility Criteria:

  • USADF and All On will consider proposals from 100% African-owned and majority Nigerian-owned and Nigerian managed companies Passports or other government-issued IDs of all owners and senior managers must be submitted with the applications.
  • If the applying company 1s owned wholly or in part by another company, passports or other government-issues IDs of ts owners must also be provided. The applying companies must be for-profit enterprises and must not be government owned or operated in any way.
  • Applicants may be developers of their own technology and/or may be acquiring and implementing technology developed elsewhere
  • Applicants need to be legally registered in Nigeria and demonstrate the capacity to track and manage the project resources and operate in good standing with the local governments in which they operate

Closing date: Applicants must send the completed application template, as well as all required attachments, before February 28, 2021

How to apply:
Interested and qualified Applicants should:

Click Request for proposal page to download the application instructions.

Download Application form here

Please note that applications will be reviewed on a first come, first serve basis, so it is advised that applicants submit their proposals early.

You can also visit the All on website for more information.

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