Brazil Rural Energy Enterprise Development (B-Reed) / Desenvolvimento de Empresas de Energia Rural no Brasil
United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)
B-REED seeks to develop or strengthen sustainable energy enterprises that use clean or efficient energy
technologies to meet the energy needs of populations under-served by traditional means, creating
environmental and social benefits and stimulating sustainable local economic growth.
E+Co Brasil: for enterprise development services.
B-REED offers rural energy entrepreneurs or existing companies looking to enter into the sustainable energy business through a combination of enterprise development services and start-up financing in the form of debt or equity. Services will also include training and hands-on business development services.
If you are an entrepreneur or existing business considering a business using clean energy technology in Brazil, an NGO or financial institution interested in learning more about how to work with B-REED,
please contact at:
E+Co (www.energyhouse.com) Derek Gallo firstname.lastname@example.org
E+Co (www.energyhouse.com) Gina Rodolico email@example.com
Instituto Eco-Engenho David Cerqueira firstname.lastname@example.org
IDER (www.ider.org.br) Armando Abreu email@example.com
The Rural Energy Enterprise Development (REED) initiative is a flagship UNEP Energy effort, in partnership with clean energy investor E+Co, Un Foundation, the W. Alton Jones Foundation, and a diverse group of country enterprise development partners.
B-Reed is an innovative partnership of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), the UNEP Risoe Centre on Energy, Climate, and Sustainable Development (URC),
Currently focuses on the Northeast Brazil area.