Barefoot Power

Barefoot Power offers solar lighting solutions for low income populations without electricity access points in Uganda. Their ‘lanterns for girls’ programme makes solar lamps more accessible to female students by offering financing options and sales through schools.

EcoFuels Kenya (EFK)

Ecofuels Kenya provides organic agricultural and energy products made from croton nuts to address rural poverty. Through their Mukondori centers, girls earn money by selling croton nuts they have collected and can receive training and inputs to expand their business as croton suppliers.


PayGo is a fuel-stove company in Kenya that uses mobile money and smart meter technology to sell gas on a pay-as-you-go basis.


Kalpavriksha Greater Goods (KGG) is a women led wholesale distribution network that sells solar lights and other clean technology to rural communities in Nepal.


Village Energy offers repair services and installs custom solar solutions for homes, businesses and schools in Uganda. Their non-profit entity Enlight Institute trains adolescent girls and young women to become solar technicians.