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We are the market leader in renewable energy solutions in Madagascar and one of the top private energy producers in-country.

Today, we are also exporting our expertise in solar/renewable energy to the rest of the African continent and beyond. Sustainable development is integral to the Group’s strategy. We implement best-in-class practices to promote ethical behaviour and establish community engagement initiatives to support local development

With an average of nearly 3,000 hours of sunlight per year, Madagascar offers tremendous opportunities for green energy production. However, only 15% of Madagascar’s population currently has access to electricity, constraining growth and job creation. So, we are investing heavily in new solar power projects across the country, with 252 MW in development to be commissioned by 2022

Once we are established in a country, our objective is to keep developing – not only agreements with the national offtaker – but to find solutions for improving electricity access for communities in rural areas. We see huge potential in increasing renewable energy access across Africa, a continent that – in order to further its development goals – desperately needs greater access and cheaper energy.

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Through our subsidiary Enelec, we have a 30% market share of private energy producers in Madagascar.

Since 2018, we have focussed exclusively on developing renewable solutions. We are currently investing in solar projects at multiple sites across Madagascar that will extend access to reliable clean energy to about 150.000 people.



We are specialists in solar energy solutions and currently have projects under development in three sub-Saharan African markets and in one European market reaching a total of 137 MW.

We believe in doing well, but also in doing good. These new solar projects will ensure that some of the most remote communities can benefit from access to electricity.