The Alliance provides grants for research, capacity building, training, entrepreneur support, in-country alliances and other initiatives that help advance and catalyze the clean cookstoves and fuels sector consistent with its 10-year Strategic Road Map. To ensure that the Alliance funds high-quality proposals selected from a range of potential applicants, Secretariat-funded projects typically include a competitive peer-reviewed selection process, although a limited set of sole-source and catalytic small grants may be awarded without external review.

To see a list of Alliance grants awarded, click here.

Closing: Jun 26,2017
Type: alliance
Closing: Jun 30,2017

The SOCAP Social Entrepreneur Scholarship Program provides passionate, committed innovators with a platform to get their ideas in front of impact investors and global influencers, and help them connect with peers.
Closing: Jul 02,2017
Type: partner

The MEI is inviting expressions of interest from private sector stove and fuel companies and organisations interested in developing partnerships, and commercial and operational solutions to achieve viable non- wood cooking solutions in and around the Kakuma and Kalobeyei refugee camps.
Closing: Jul 31,2017
Type: partner

ENEA is now launching their 2nd Call for Projects of the year for its pro-bono ENEA Access Program as part of its business model in a committed effort to contribute to access to energy in developing countries, particularly in Sub-Saharan Africa
Closing: Sep 20,2017
Type: non-alliance

Closing: Dec 31,2017
Type: non-alliance

The Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation is accepting applications from social enterprises that are between one and three years old, with scalable business models that work to affect policy, public opinion, and economies. Grantees will receive USD $300,000. Applications are accepted year-round.