Sendea enables solar entrepreneurs:

  • to build their solar company and let it grow
  • to create sustainable jobs
  • to provide sustainable off-grid solutions for rural customers

We are working as a network with fellows in Africa and Asia, building the
"solar entrepreneurs network for decentralized energy access": Sendea. 

We empower the "missing middle"
Small and medium enterprises are a fundamental part of the economic in developing countries, and they play a crucial role in furthering growth, innovation and prosperity. 

Sendea impact

  • Jobs created in national SME (developing countries): >100
  • Network member: 10

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Latest News

June 2016

  • SunTransfer Kenya opens new Solar-Center in Ewuaso Kedong to service off-grid households with products, maintenance and service.
  • Anuel Energy (Uganda) finished installation of solar village Kasozi. A project of Stiftung Solarenergie.
  • Sendea member HSSi (Philippines) extends cooperation with social investor fairPla.net eG (Germany) to build a network of Solar-Centers.

May 2016

  • Sendea Marketplace launched as an exciting new tool for solar companies to get products in developing countries.
  • Sendea members in Kenya and Cambodia install solar energy for medicine cooling and light in five rural health stations.

April 2016

  • Sendea member Anuel Energy in Uganda starts a cooperation with Slum Dwellers International 
  • Sendea member SunTransfer Kenya opens two new Solar-Centers. This is part of the fast growing network to provide sustainable energy in rural areas.
  • Start of Sendea Business Tools: Field-tested tools for solar SME

Off-Grid Industry Yearbook