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We are an industry association representing private utilities developing small, renewable, localized power grids. We currently have 42 members across 19 African countries.

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How Africa can use minigrids to capitalise on the shift to decentralised energy

Grace Perkins, Operations Director at the Africa Minigrid Developers Association, explains how mini-grids provide Africa with an opportunity to capitalise on the global shift toward decentralised energy.

Perspectives: Why Africa's minigrid sector is struggling to scale & what can be done to resolve it

Watch this video to see what some of the sector’s most influential leaders had to say, plus key takeaways from the closed-door Mini-grid CEO Roundtable held in Nairobi earlier this month and co-organised by REPP, which is managed by Camco, and Africa Minigrid Developers Association (AMDA). The event was supported by GET.invest and UK Aid through the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office, and in partnership with The World Bank's ESMAP (Energy Sector Management Assistance Program).

How to unlock investment for minigrids in Africa

Jessica Stephens, CEO AMDA & Ayo Ademilua, CEO A4&T Power Solutions & AMDA Board Member in a conversation with CNBC Africa at the Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL) forum.

Electrifying Africa with AMDA

In conversation with Jessica Stephens, AMDA' CEO

The role of minigrids in powering Africa

AMDA' CEO interviewed by CNBC Africa

Benchmarking Africa's Minigrids Report 2020

Podcast Interview with Aaron Leopold, AMDA' CEO

Facebook Live, May 2018

PowerGen President Aaron Cheng and AMDA COO Jessica Stephens are interviewed by Power for All’s William Brent at the Sustainable Energy for All Forum in Lisbon, Portugal

AMDA on Channels TV

April 19, 2018 – AMDA representative and PowerGen Director John Kidenda is interviewed on Channels Television

Minigrid Seeks to Provide Solutions to Africa’s Energy Challenge

April 17, 2018 – AMDA Board Member and PowerGen CEO Sam Slaughter is interviewed on CNBC Africa’s Power Lunch