Kigali Cooling Efficiency Program (K-CEP)
17 foundations and individuals have pledged $51 million to help increase the energy efficiency of cooling in developing countries. Through K-CEP, these funds will help nations transition to more efficient cooling equipment, phasing down the production and use of HFCs and replacing them with newer, climate-safe coolants.
Foundations and donors contributing to K-CEP include:
Children’s Investment Fund Foundation
David and Lucile Packard Foundation
John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
Josh and Anita Bekenstein
John and Ann Doerr
Laura and John Arnold
Open Philanthropy Project
Sea Change Foundation
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
Technical Advisory Committee
K-CEP’s Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) provides guidance on strategy, investments, and reporting, monitoring, and evaluation.
The Efficiency Cooling Office (ECO) serves as the K-CEP program office, providing grantmaking, reporting, program management, and other services to help K-CEP funders and partners maximize the climate and development benefits of K-CEP.See more