Industrial and Energy
BRCK raised $3 million from Jean and Steve Case, Jim Sorenson, TED, MKS Alternative Investments and Synergy Energy.
Alianaza Shire created a public-private partnership to improve energy services and in refugee camps and host communities.
Pawame, an off-grid, pay-as-you-go solar company, received $543,000 in debt financing from TRINE to expand their operations.
PowerGen, a solar energy company that has provided off-grid infrastructure for refugee camps, closed a $4.5 Series A in 2017.
In 2009, Energias de Portugal and the UNHCR launched a project to bring renewable energy to the Kakuma refugee camp in Kenya.
Sanivation is a social enterprise dedicated to improving the overall dignity, health, and environment of urbanizing communities and refugee camps in East Africa through delivering clean, safe, and efficient sanitation services.
Inyenyeri’s Fuel+Stove utilizes an economically viable and scalable model in which individuals receive the stove free of charge in exchange for an agreement to purchase the company’s wood pellet fuel.