International Electrification

For more than 50 years, NRECA International has developed and implemented electrification programs across the globe.

Haiti Needs Our Help

Join NRECA International in helping to restore power and rebuild the community in Coteaux, Haiti, following Hurricane Matthew's devastation. Our relief fund will assist CEAC, an electric co-op that serves 1,200 members in that region. Learn more here.

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NRECA International

NRECA International has brought electricity to more than 140 million people in 43 developing countries across the globe.

We design and implement successful, sustainable, scalable rural electrification programs that bring about improvements in education, healthcare, safety and economic opportunity.

Meet our team and learn about job opportunities.

A family in Guatemala watches electric wires go up.


Core Services

Since 1962, NRECA International has developed programs that promote economic prosperity in developing countries through technical assistance and training in rural electrification.

NRECA International strives to create permanent business cultures and operating environments in which local electrification institutions are able to survive, compete, prosper and grow.

  • Feasibility Studies
  • Institutional Development
  • Productive Uses and Economic Development
  • Renewable Energy Technology
  • Rural Electrification Planning
  • Rural Electrification Project Design
  • Utility Operations and Management

Stories from the Field

Hurricane Devastates Haiti Co-op

The NRECA International-built co-op in Côteaux took a direct hit from Hurricane Matthew.

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Climbing More than Mount Kilimanjaro

Family aims to climb highest peak on African continent to raise money for NRECA International.

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NRECA International to Establish National Electrification Strategy in Kenya

NRECA International will help the government of Kenya to prepare a national electrification strategy to facilitate full electrification coverage for the entire country.

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