240 million Indians live without electricity
Imagine a world without electricity, not able to do the simple things like charging mobile phones or turning on lights to read. You would have to rely on dangerous kerosene lights and walk for miles to charge your mobile phone. This is the reality for many people in India.
We believe energy is an enabler - it has the potential to contribute to the improvement of education, health, and livelihoods. Energy access is a recognised barrier to the modern economy and many have attempted to tackle this problem but...
Current solutions fall short:
slow to scale
The national grid will take years to reach India's poorest communities
Off-grid solar systems require high upfront costs and regular payments