Our customers

Unlocking the economic development potential of rural communities with renewable mini-grids and a long-term service engagement towards our customers.

Our projects

By end 2019, 12 PowerCorner renewable mini-grids were in operation or under construction in Tanzania and 1 in Zambia. 50 solar mini-grid projects with a capacity of 30/40 kW are currently being installed by ENGIE in Africa. PowerCorner is planning to develop its activities and implement thousands of mini-grids on the continent.

  • In operation
  • In construction
  • Countries in development

They speak about us

Kahim Kassim, Mbaya (Tanzania), April 2019

“As soon as I started to access PowerCorner electricity, I saw a number of business opportunities flowing in my mind. Because my village is facing a huge problem of water for domestic use, I decided to explore the water supply business. […] It has been almost 4 months since I started the business. I serve over 60 people a day and the number keeps growing. My revenues are higher than expected, it is a good business…Thank you PowerCorner for changing my life in this rural remote village of ours!”

Said Mkolipo owns an electrical equipment shop in Barikiwa (Tanzania), January 2019

“We wanted electricity in our village and we are glad to get it. Above all, what makes me happy and enjoying the service is the fact that the electricity provided is reliable. […] I have seen an increase in productivity in two areas: the number of customers charging their mobile phones in my shop; and the number of mobile money transactions – since customers are paying using Airtel money services.”

Warren, a welder in Nakopi (Tanzania) using PowerCorner’s services to power its tools, October 2019

“I have been a welder here for some years now. I am very pleased with PowerCorner services because it’s cheaper than diesel to run my machines and reliable. Since I switched to PowerCorner I have been able to start selling some groceries as a second business and diversify my revenues. As my income has increased, I can now pay for my two children to go to university.”