10 million lights by 2020

Building primary energy enables economic empowerment. Localised manufacturing solutions reduce costs, creates skilled employment, overcomes energy poverty and it brings economic growth to Africa.

How DO WE GET THERE

By employing the end-user we can not only create skillful employment in communities, it also creates an economy based in that community to assist in economic development.

THE ENGINEERING COMPONENT

Identifying that Africa has massive labour potential and acknowledging skills transfer to be key in the manufacturing process catered to an unelectrified environment. Through modular design of our products using specifically designed components in order to minimise skills transfer requirements. total employee involvement and empowerment.

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A CUSTOM AFRICAN BUSINESS MODEL

Our model allows for a off-grid low-maintenance production and assembly process that takes the pre-cut metals to be easily transformed into an end product, which empowers the community and enriches the economy through informal retail.

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GAUTENG ROLLOUT STRATEGY

Because Gauteng is a unique cultural hub, we plan to empower informal settlements in Gauteng and allow the people of these settlements to stop using kerosene, paraffin and candles to light their homes. This will allow for better health and longterm wealth due to savings made by the ecolite.

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