Green Impact Technologies
Providing affordable renewable energy through PAYG to un-electrified communities
Green Impact Technologies (GIT) operates a PAYG business model, where last-mile customers pay local agents an installation fee and then upload credit periodically through mobile money. GIT is also developing a biogas plant which will generate energy from agricultural waste at Tsangano market for use by local restaurant entrepreneurs.
Alongside the innovative PAYG model, Green Impact Technologies provides certified products with a 2 year warranty and after sales service. By training local agents, GIT ensures both quality products and services.
Malawi University of Science and Technology provides technical support for a build-own-operate model biogas plant in Tsangano market.
Greenwing Capital is a microfinance institution that acts as agents for selling the product through its distribution channels.
MAIVE is a GIZ funded program that supports Green Impact Technologies with marketing their products.
United States African Development Foundation is supporting the procurement of 600 solar home systems in 2019.
The SEED Africa Awards 2019 in Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe and SEED South Africa Climate Adaptation Awards 2019 in South Africa are sponsored by the Government of Flanders.