ADviSE-NL has a decade-long track record working in the field of sustainable energy world-wide. The company develops programmes aimed at the implementation of environmentally benign energy technologies and energy saving measures, adaptation to climate change and productive use of energy in the rural areas. ADviSE-NL works in close collaboration with local governments, research institutions, consultants and multilateral organisations.


Project and programme design ADviSE-NL identifies and designs projects and programmes, covering:
  • Feasibility studies and resource analysis
  • Logical framework analysis
  • Baseline and incremental cost analysis
  • Financial analysis
  • Preparation of project concepts for consultations
  • Preparation of full projects and programmes


Preparation and follow-up of funding proposals ADviSE-NL identifies funding opportunities for sustainable energy projects and programmes. ADviSE-NL assists local organisations, authorities and private sector parties in sourcing financial support for the early phases of project and programme development as well as their implementation, through for example:
  • Exploration of appropriate funding opportunities
  • Preparation of funding proposals
  • financial analysis and funding opportunities
  • Active follow-up of pipelined funding applications
  • Coordination of multiple funding sources


ADviSE-NL counts with the specific technical and financial knowledge required for the successful design and implementation of renewable energy and energy efficiency projects:
  • Grid-connected wind power
  • Biomass heat and power generation
  • Landfill gas and bio-methanation
  • Productive use of renewable energy for rural electrification
    • small-scale hydro power
    • solar power
  • Energy efficiency and conservation in industry
  • Energy saving in industry and labeling
  • Clean transport


Monitoring and evaluation of programme implementation ADviSE-NL provides specific services for monitoring and evaluating of projects and programmes, including:
  • Data collection and analysis of project progress
  • Biomass heat and power generation
  • Recommendations for project and programme steering
  • Monitoring visits to project sites and project management units
  • Formal mid-term and independent external final evaluations
  • Specific monitoring of climate change benefits (CO2-reductions)
  • Preparation and presentation of evaluation and monitoring reports