Enèji Pwòp is a social enterprise with the mission of eradicating energy poverty in Haiti
Families in Haiti spend on average 6.5% of their annual income buying inefficient energy sources such as kerosene and candles.
Solar lights can change lives by providing lighting that is bright, good for the environment, and saves money.
Enèji Pwòp has sold more than 18,000 solar lights and efficient cookstoves since 2010.
To help people move up the energy access ladder, Enèji Pwòp develops and manages community solar microgrids in towns with no access to electricity.
Our first microgrid in Les Anglais serves 450 homes and businesses with affordable electricity 24/7. Most of our customers save 60% on their previous energy costs. We have also identified 80 towns in Haiti that are suitable for microgrid development like this. Our goal is to develop grids in these towns by the end of 2020.
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