Sector: Energy, Non profit, Other Professional Services
Chapter: French

Building #7B (3rd Floor), Street 81 corner Street 109, Sangkat Boeung Raing, Khan Daun Penh, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
  • 016 600 617 or 078 767 499.
  • Fax: +855 (0)23 221 314


GERES’ main activity is to design and implement development projects in the field of clean energy, and related topics: green inclusive growth, climate change and climate finance, energy efficiency, energy policies, renewables, sustainable forest management, carbon audits and environmental performance.
Besides our portfolio of development projects,we offertechnical assistance, consulting services, trainings, policy advice, incubation/acceleration services for social businesses, and support to CSR initiatives.
In Southeast Asia, we built our expertise on 20 years of work in Cambodia, which now positions us as a major regional player and knowledge hub on wood and biomass energy related topics. Beyond Cambodia, we offer technical assistance in the Region through our Stove Plus program, and we opened a field program in Myanmar in 2014.
Amongst our current and recent financial partners and clients are: ADB, AFD-FFEM, EDF, EEP Mekong, the European Union, FAO, Forestry Administration of Cambodia, GEF, the Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves, Ministry of Mines and Energy of Cambodia, UNDP, World Bank.




Since 1976, GERES has been providing sustainable and energy-efficient solutions with a triple bottom line: planet, people, and the local economy. GERES main focus areas are access to energy for the poor, economic development, environmental conservation, climate change mitigation and adaptation, re-ducing health impacts, gender empowerment and enhancement of policies. GERES ensures the sustainability of its award-winning programs through a holistic approach of market-based solutions, innovative financing, awareness raising, local stakeholder capacity building, enhancement of public policies and sustainable scale-up.
In South-east Asia, GERES has 20 years of experience in Cambodia providing locally adapted, low-cost, transferable technology solutions and sustainable practices in the biomass value-chain to improve the economic empowerment and lives of vulnerable people. Following its successful intervention in Cambodia, GERES started operations in Myanmar in 2014 and has begun a first project to provide. a first project to provide access to improved cookstoves (ICS) to 300,000 households through the empowerment of 80 MSMEs (producers and distributors of ICS) and the enhancement of an enabling policy framework.



Bunthoeun SIM
Cambodia Country Director

+855 23 986 891
Southeast Asia Regional Director

023 986 891