The entrepreneur buys a solar energy center that is able to charge portable batteries, which can then be used to light the community's households and charge phones.
To make the purchase of the solar energy center more affordable, entrepreneurs are connected to micro-credit schemes.
The solar energy center is modular and customizable according to the community needs, while being compact and easy to build.
Over time, the solar energy center can provide additional services like cold storage, printing, making drinks, radio, TV, etc.
In the long term, the entrepreneur can become an intermediary for sun’n’go and tackle last-mile delivery of solar products for remote communities.
After repaying her/his micro-loan, improving her/his credit history, access to capital is facilitated for the entrepreneur.
Our solution connects the entrepreneur to the financial system and increase her/his revenues and allow cost savings for the community members.
Using electricity at the household level is healthier and safer than the energy sources currently used (e.g. kerosene lamps, candles, etc.). Offering additional energy services to the communities opens new opportunities to increase their wellbeing.
The energy center is running entirely on solar energy and aims to replace fossil fuels in the communities, which results in a reduction of CO2 emissions.
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