About Greening the Grid

Greening the Grid is a platform for expertly curated information and guidance to support countries in power system transformation and grid modernization.

The Greening the Grid platform is organized into topic-specific Toolkits that provide 1) concise and comprehensive overviews of emerging practices for addressing renewable energy development challenges through policy, market, and regulatory mechanisms and 2) guidance on applying these mechanisms to develop robust renewable energy policies and practices.                                

Drawing on the toolkits, Greening the Grid also facilitates direct technical assistance tailored to the unique power system characteristics and priorities in each partner country. Some examples of technical collaboration opportunities include:

  • Expert exchange on developing scenarios for large-scale wind and solar generation

  • Development or technical review of grid codes and interconnection requirements

  • Training on the use of grid capacity expansion models and the data needed to support these models

  • Partnering to develop grid integration road maps.   

Greening the Grid is supported by the U.S. Government’s Enhancing Capacity for Low Emission Development Strategies (EC-LEDS) program, which is managed by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and implemented by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL).

To learn more about the mission of Greening the Grid, please click on the image in the sidebar to the left.

Interested in partnering through Greening the Grid to receive technical assistance on grid integration? Please to learn more and explore opportunities for collaboration.  

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