Lubuto Energy brings affordable, reliable solar lighting to families in poor communities who are not connected to national electricity grids and are using harmful fumes for lighting.
Empower Energy identifies village-level entrepreneurs and provides them with a solar-powered charging station which gives rural customers access to LED lights and mobile phone charging.
Waste and Energy Technologies (WETECH) limited proposes to distribute solar lamps through an innovative, sustainable, and scalable model that will help all Malawians access clean lighting.
Local Links promotes renewable energy products through community-based rural financial services structures, known as savings groups. These groups form Local Links target market in rural Uganda and are a platform for the business model.
ElleSolarie is the first women-led, pay-as-you-go clean energy distribution network in West Africa.
Lights For Everyone will launch their pilot program in the district of Lawra, Ghana where almost 90% of the population lives in rural areas. In this region, only 30% of the population is estimated to have access to electricity.
JLF EI distributes high-quality solar lamps and phone chargers from the German manufacturer, Little Sun. The products are specifically designed to resist intensive usage in rural Sub-Saharan Africa such as heat (up to 80°C), heavy tropical rains, drops, dust, and UV.
Impact Light Solar Trading will distribute solar lamps in urban and semi-urban areas of Malawi, beginning with a pilot in Ndirande Township in the city of Blantyre.
Seteiye Solar Services is committed to replacing kerosene lamps with solar-powered LED lanterns. They will introduce an everyday consumer product, integrating this technology in the lives of with those who need it in 136 villages in the Essien Udim local government area of Akwa Ibom state, Nigeria.
Tado Lamp proposes a model for selling solar lamps that not only leverages flexible payments made possible by mobile technology but also ensures a decentralized distribution model.
Solar Mashinani is a chain of branded portable kiosks selling high-quality solar lamps on a pay-as-you-go basis within rural markets in Kenya.
Greenergies will source high-quality, proven, affordable solar lamps from proven importers and distribute them to target rural localities through a network of vendors who are already operating provision stores in these areas.
SolSisters aims to meet the power needs of those living in informal communities in Namibia by selling and distributing solar products to base of the pyramid customers. We employ a rent-to-own model to increase access to off-grid power solutions among low-income communities.
Green Impact Technologies will distribute Pico Solar Lights through Green Wing Finance Capital customers in communities located in the last mile in Malawi.
SABCO Solutions is an enterprise dedicated to bringing the quality solar solutions to the customers in off-grid geographies by developing last mile connectivity channels.
EnEff (Energy Efficiency) was founded by Kaushal Kothari, Kartavya Bhola, Neeraj Bhagwatula and Kavya Sravanthi. This new social venture aims to ensure easy access to solar lamps to families in the state of Rajasthan, India...