“Sustainable Thermal Energy Service Partnerships” (STEPs) is an EPSRC/DFID/DECC-funded project (Grant No. EP/L002655/1), developing  a sustainable pro-poor public private partnership model for delivering clean and safe thermal energy services in developing countries. The research proposed through the project will address the challenge of thermal energy service delivery in rural areas of developing countries. Through developing innovative business models and materials to support the development of entrepreneurship at a market and policy level, the project aims to enhance business development from a pro-poor perspective for renewable thermal energy services.


Outputs from the STEPs Project

STEPs Resources Guide

Resource Guide from the STEPs Project


Online Resources

Web resources for policy-makers and entrepreneurs, and media information from the STEPs Project

STEPs Project on Twitter

The latest on Twitter from the STEPs Project