Off Grid Electric

Off Grid Electric
Last activity: 19.07.2018
AFFORDABLERELIABLECLEAN POWER ANYWHERE Start here An all-in-onesmart integratedpower solution Learn more A revolutionary plug and play power system Learn more A fleet management tool and consumer app, that provides customers with remote and in-depth reporting on system status and performance and an in depth analysis of power consumption behaviour. Learn more Distributors Network Click hereRead More
Member count: 501-1000
Total raised: $78M

Investors 2

Funding Rounds 3

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Mentions in press and media 27

19.07.2018Africa’s Infrastructure Deficit & Its Impact On Innovati...Infrastructure is still a major headache in Africa, it was estimated that $90 billion will be requir...techcabal....
17.07.2018An Overview Of What Social Innovation Looks Like In East Afr...As technological innovation and entrepreneurship have continued to rise in Africa, East Africa has h...techcabal....
24.01.2018Off Grid Electric Secures $55 Million in Series D FinancingThe invest­ment is like­ly the largest pure ven­ture equi­ty round for a solar home sys­tem
22.01.2018Off Grid Electric using US$55 million financing from EDF, GE...-pv-tech.or...
19.01.2018Off Grid Electric Expands Footprint in Africa with EDF Partn...Off Grid Elec­tric , a rooftop solar provider with head­quar­ters in Tan­za­nia, is expand­ing. Off
02.01.2017Off Grid Electric secures $7.5 million in debt financingOff-grid solar has found itself an extremely exciting market in Sub Sahara Africa, where U.S. compan...pv-magazin...
18.08.2016Ceres Q&A With Nancy Pfund: 'The progress we are making ...Ceres is launching a new Q&A series as part of its Clean Trillion campaign aimed at elevating
18.08.2016Ceres Q&A With Nancy Pfund: ‘The progress we are making ...Ceres is launch­ing a new Q&A series as part of its Clean Tril­lion cam­paign aimed at ele­vat­
02.08.2016Off Grid Electric raises USD 18m from new investorsAugust 2 (See­News) — Tan­za­nia-head­quar­tered solar installer Off Grid Elec­tric said on Mon­day
01.07.2016The Future of Energy: It’s the Developing World’s Turn to Sh...By 2050, the world will con­sume 61 per­cent more ener­gy than it does today. This should be good
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