SOLARKIOSK has recently partnered with BRCK to provideE-HUBBs in Migori countywith an Internet Cafee in a Box.” BRCK, a Nairobi-based technology company, is working to solve the connectivity issue in East Africa and beyond, serving as the on-ramp to
We are pleased to announce the launch of our new E-HUBB sales platform for customers worldwide. Customers can now view our solutions online to learn more about the structure and sizes of the E-HUBB product range, along with its diverse
wPOWER and SOLARKIOSK strengthen their partnership to advocate for women’s empowerment in clean energy.
SOLARKIOSK’s business model focuses on women as the drivers of renewable energy. It aligns perfectly with the vision and mission of wPOWER. wPOWER is a platform funded by the US State Department that brings together actors from
Andreas Spiess, CEO of SOLARKIOSK, chosen as German Minister for Development by German trend magazine NEON
German trend magazine NEON elected Mr. Spie√ü as Minister for Development as part of their “Schattenkabinett” (shadow cabinet) in their recent March edition. The featured article titled “Please, you take over” was published as a reaction to the unusually
SOLARKIOSK offers farmers in rural Tanzania a better Access to Markets, with its new reverse supply chain program
Photo: Sales Manager Philip Labre supervising the packaging of rice at Turiani, Morogoro region, Tanzania. When we think of supply chain management, we tend to imagine a one-way street, where the supplies go from the producer through a middle-man
SOLARKIOSK Kenya has partnered with Equity Bank to roll out merchant outlets across all E-HUBBs in Kenya. Twenty-six of our Kenyan E-HUBB operators recently underwent training on EcoMoto, a platform powered by Equitel. EcoMoto enables customers to access loans
SOLARKIOSK is happy to announce a partnership with Honey Care Africa to distribute local, honey-based food products in Kenya. Honey Care Africa works closely together with Kenyan farmers to bring to market the best quality honey and healthy honey-based
“Collaboration with local partners and civil society actors has become an undisputed part of comprehensive and effective international development cooperation. However, the question of how to deal with the old economic elites in the process of social transformation has not
Over the course of the last three years SOLARKIOSK has been bridging the gap between local producers and consumers. Across 56 local communities in Rwanda, the E-HUBBs are perceived by the local communities as a connecting link between factory
Meet Jeannette Umuhoza, one of SOLARKIOSK¬¥s 56 female E-HUBB operators in Rwanda. Jeannette joined the Solarkiosk Rwanda team in 2014 as one of the first SOLARKIOSK operators in Rwanda. She manages the E-HUBB in the village of Rubona where she
SOLARKIOSK joins the Smart Communities Coalition to transform refugee settlements into digital communities
Today Mastercard and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) announced the launch of a public-private coalition that will bring together technology, solutions and experience from multiple sectors to transform refugee settlements into digitally-connected communities. This commitment delivers on a
SOLARKIOSK’s efforts to bring solar energy into East Africa’s rural communities have been reported in one of Germany’s largest daily newspapers – the Süddeutsche Zeitung.