Meet 13 Winners of the $100k 2021 Nigeria Off-Grid Energy Challenge 

Meet 13 Winners of the $100k 2021 Nigeria Off-Grid Energy Challenge

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Today, the U.S. African Development Foundation (USADF) and All On announced that 13 wholly Nigerian-owned enterprises have emerged as winners of the 2021 Nigeria Off-Grid Energy Challenge. The annual Challenge is a multi-year partnership between USADF and All On to identify and scale innovative off-grid solutions to power up" unserved and underserved areas in Nigeria.

The winners of the fourth edition of the Challenge are as follows:

1. Al Power Technologies

2. Alabaster Agro-Allied Industries

3. Bols N Sels Technologies

4. CeeSolar Energy

5. Elvees Engineering

6. Enercity Smart Grid

7. First Electric

8. GreenPower Overseas

9. Manamuz Electric

10. Novel Integrated Services

11. PowerStove Off-Grid Electricity

12. Sendavis Nigeria Limited

13. Uwana Energy.

All 13 enterprises will be awarded $50,000 in convertible debt from All On, $25,000 in grant capital from USADF, and $25,000 in grant capital from All On via its support from the Rockefeller Foundation through the All On Hub. Additionally, the winners will receive technical assistance from USADF and the All On Hub and governance support from All On.

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The annual Challenge is a multi-year partnership that identifies and helps scale innovative off-grid solutions to “power up" unserved and underserved areas in Nigeria. The Challenge is delivered through a five-year partnership between USADF, a founding member of the U.S.-led Power Africa Initiative and an independent U.S. Government agency established by Congress to support and invest in Africa owned and led enterprises, and All On, a Nigerian impact investing company seeded by Shell that invests in off-grid energy solution providers in Nigeria.

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