We are empowering clean energy projects from developing countries to become investible. We are enabling decarbonization by enabling deployment of more clean energy projects in the poorest countries.
More than 600 million people—65% of the sub-Saharan African population lack electricity access. Decentralized mini-grids combining solar and battery storage technology are now the least-cost option to connect at least 100 million Africans today, and many more within the next decade.
We are on a mission to enable investment into deployment of renewable energy projects in developing countries by 2030 through a blend of carbon and debt finance. The resulting impact will connect 25 million people to electricity and reduce emission by 10 million tons of CO2e per year.
It is common in Africa to see business owners stagnate at the same level of doing business for several years. Sometimes, they simply go out
Sub-Saharan Africa makes up 75% of the global total number of persons without access to electricity. 759 million persons are without electricity in the world.