ZOLA Electric
Africa is leading the world’s transition to sustainable energy with decentralized renewable power. Access to clean, reliable 24/7 power will unleash economic potential. Energy access helps communities worldwide to improve health, education, financial inclusion, women’s empowerment and environmental outcomes. ZOLA’s power solutions now make it possible for homes and businesses anywhere to generate, store and consume energy sustainably.
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People Powered ⚡️

ZOLA Electric powers 1 million people
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Tonnes of harmful CO2 saved each year

Solar + Smart Storage saves CO2
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New Jobs Created

ZOLA Electric has created more than 2000 jobs in Africa
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MW of renewable energy capacity

ZOLA Electric creates MW power

IMPACT STORY Nigeria

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IMPACT STORY 2

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Africa is leading the world’s transition to sustainable energy with decentralized renewable power.
Access to clean, reliable 24/7 power will unleash economic potential.Energy access helps communities worldwide to improve health, education, financial inclusion, women’s empowerment and environmental outcomes.
ZOLA’s power solutions now make it possible for homes and businesses anywhere to generate, store and consume energy sustainably.

 

Our energy access partners

ZOLA Electric provide reliable power for more than 1,000,000 customers and businesses across Nigeria, Tanzania, Rwanda, Côte d’Ivoire, and Ghana.

Our development partners include USAID, African Development Bank, the Global Off-Grid Lighting Association, Power for All and Power Africa.