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About Us

Overview

Energy For All is a global developer, designer and integrator of off and on the grid energy technologies. We focus on renewable and efficient energy projects in Europe, Africa, Latin America, and Asia. With our Remote Power Units, the “E.S.S”, we provide a “3 Utility” solution for over 840 million people around the world, who do not have access to electricity, internet, or water.
We currently operate in five countries across Africa, with two key projects under construction in Sierra Leone and Uganda, which will provide over 6,600 connections, benefiting over 150,000 people. Energy For All’s 2020 pipeline currently exceeds 200,000 new connections, expecting to benefit over 1.5 million people.

Our people and culture

Fostering openness, opportunity, sustainability, and respect are vital to our organization. We value every member of staff and strive to work as one team, promoting professionalism and integrity in our organization. By investing significantly in our people, we maintain a safe, healthy, and fair work environment. Additionally, we support members of our staff with professional and personal development, assisting them to realize their full potential.
Through continuous communication and engagement, we cultivate a workplace culture of mutual trust and respect, where every team member takes pride in our collective performance and reputation. By employing and promoting people based on skillset and objective criteria, we have created a talented and diverse workforce, which is friendly and approachable.

Our business ethics

We proudly uphold the highest standards of ethics and governance, embedding them across our group operations through our company code of conduct and policies.
Our factory in Sicily is ISO 9001 certified, ensuring the quality of our products. We also support our own employees to maintain best practices with specialist training and career development.

Our projects

Nimjat, Mauritania – 150km South-East of Nouakchott (the capital). Nimjat has a population of around 1,500 people.

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Our recent projects in Africa