We are Crowdfunding!

The demand for innovative solar solutions in sub-Sahara Africa is higher than ever before. MPower is growing and therefore we are launching a new financing round for 2021.


We are raising equity to fund our expansion in our existing markets, enter Ghana and Namibia as our next immediate markets and scale up our software development and data solution. If you are interested in becoming shareholder, you can…

  • invest directly into MPower (min. investment 75 000 EUR) or
  • participate in our Crowd Equity campaign (min. investment 11 EU).

What is Crowd Equity, how does it work, what risks do I take and what do you spend my money on? Check out our FAQ Sheet and/or get in touch with us: info@mpower.africa


Offering a financing solution is key to access the full market potential of solar energy in Africa. Therefore, MPower has developed an innovative financing solution that allows customers to pay in monthly installments while mitigating the default risks to a minimum.
In order to be able to serve the high demand and pre-finance the stock for our markets, we are raising debt in the form of crowdlending: Individuals can give us a loan with the following conditions:

Tenure: 6 years
Interest: 5 %
Minimum loan: 250 EUR

Two years ago we had our first crowdlending round and successfully raised 150 000 EUR. We fully repaid the loan in 2020 and are excited about our second crowd lending round and the impact that can be made. If you are interested, check out our Campaign under https://www.crowd4climate.org/mpower2

CSR Programmes

MPower has experience in setting up programmes together with corporates that are interested in promoting renewable energy. For instance, we have been closely working with Barry Callebaut in Cameroon. Click HERE to get more info.

Investments of this nature carry risks to your capital. Please visit www.crowdcube.com or www.crowd4climate.org to find out more about the risks involved and always #InvestAware 

Do you want to know more?

Get in touch with us
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