Lowering solar electricity costs for the lowest income villages!
- Empower Malawians with Malawi-made solar systems
- Rapidly lower the cost of solar electricity to give villagers greater access
- Enable solar electric cooking for low-income households
- Free villagers from unreliable, short-lived, toxic batteries
Our impact in Malawi
(compared to PayGo systems)
How to Assemble
Capacitor-Based Solar Lights
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Details about our impact
Realities of subsistence farming
A majority of Malawians are subsistence farmers that have no steady income but go from season-to-season living off of what they can grow on their land.
Alternative to "Pay-as-you-go"
For subsistence farmers, the monthly payments required by “pay-as-you-go” solar businesses simply does not match their economic reality.
Four years of research in the field
Kuyere has invested nearly four years of research and development in partnership with Malawian villagers to develop its Malawi-made solar system designs that can maximize benefits for very-low-cash subsistence farmer households.
Kuyere’s no-battery solar home systems are designed to last decades—not just years—and put the cooking needs of the household front and center.