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Explore this collection of the world’s most promising social innovations, submitted from every corner of the globe. These solutions give you insights into where the world is heading in the future.

 

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Andreas Lehner's picture
TRINE eliminates energy poverty, using a crowdinvesting platform to finance profitable solar ener
Act2Save, an innovative mobile application, engages participants in a fun and interactive way tow
This project harnesses the abundance of sunlight to light shopping centres in off-grid rural part
In Kenya alone over 6 million off-grid households spend over $1bn on kerosene .
Kennedy Lamwenya's picture
Angaza Tv is a solar powered  Tv system that hooks up to any solar or refurbished battery.It enab
Kennedy Lamwenya's picture
Angaza Tv is a solar powered LED Tv system that hooks up to any solar or refurbished battery.Our
Kennedy Lamwenya's picture
Angaza Tv is a solar powered  LED Tv system that hooks up to any solar or refurbished battery. Ou
Women make up majority of the rural poor and do not have access to finance and skills to set up b
BBOXX designs, manufactures, distributes and finances innovative plug & play solar systems to
Takamoto Pay As You Go (PAYG) Biogas is an affordable energy utility that smallholder farmers wit
The Zoom System is a user centered, leapfrog technology that embraces both a need for energy in r
Our company is called Poly-E-power Energy it will be involved in collecting plastic waste paper b
The Inventors and Innovators Association of Kenya creates awareness on Intellectual Property Righ
Takachar works with existing/new local entrepreneurial groups in urban slums to bring waste manag
The proposed project entails construction of a gigantic centralized energy Biogas plant in Nairob
Jason Aramburu's picture
Each day, over 30 Million smallholder (1-2 acre) farmers in East Africa face the triple challenge
Robert Mutsaers's picture
Realizing the intimate relation between rural electrification and private sector development,Gpow
The project aims at providing rural impoverished women with an alternative source of energy for l
MICHAEL WEKESA's picture
For most businesses energy was simply a cost-just another bill to be paid. That was then.