Chemonics supports countries in charting a path for energy security and sustainability using evidence-based methods to improve energy sector governance, foster private sector engagement, and accelerate the adoption of innovative technologies — for example, the USAID-funded Community Support Program uses the latest solar technologies to provide Lebanese communities with additional electricity for essential service delivery. This, in turn, contributes to reduced social tensions and increased commercial activity. We are experts in developing and implementing competitive procurement frameworks for energy generation, developing standard power purchase agreements, and conducting feasibility studies for major investors in renewable power.
Chemonics works with partners, including the Electric Power Research Institute, to strategically assist countries in their efforts toward a more reliable, affordable, and integrated energy sector. We have supported competitive procurement structures for energy generation, catalyzed private investment for renewable energy, and facilitated enabling environments to improve energy security and sustainability. We are dedicated to equipping power sector stakeholders in emerging and developing economies to better navigate the transition to a future in which electric grids are powered principally by renewable resources; heavily digitized and automated; and meet the needs of residential, industrial, commercial, and transportation end users.