me-solshare

ENERGY FOR EVERYONE

We provide sustainable and affordable electricity access to low-income
people in Bangladeshi rural areas.

Awesome, innovative, decentralized and dynamic electricity micro-grids
which provide solar power to households and business!

NEWS & AWARDS

Intersolar Award 2016 Winner

ME SOLshare is the winner of the Intersolar Award 2016 in the category of “Outstanding Solar Project”.

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Solshare in Solarthemen (German)

Solshare is in the Financial Express of Bangladesh!

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SOLshare wins UN Momentum for Change Award

A ground-breaking project based in Bangladesh, which allows villagers to earn by selling excess solar energy to neighbours, was announced yesterday as one of 13 winners of the United Nations climate change awards.

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HOW IT WORKS

SOLshare created a new kind of charge controller which manages

interconnection between multiple households to a decentralised, low.

voltage DC micro-grid and facilitates electricity trade.

We also offer back-end data to enable power between SHS users.

STEPS

Let's work together

1.

We install

the

system

2.

You top up

your

SOLbox

3.

Connect

your

appliances

4.

Power

flows from

neighbours

5.

Need more

energy?

it's available!

SOLshare BELIEVES IN THE PRINCIPLE OF SHARING

Our passion relies on enabling poor people in rural areas
to help themselves out of their situation

MORE HOPE, MORE FREEDOM

NEW INCOME OPPORTUNITIES

ACCESS TO MODERN TECHNOLOGIES

IMPROVE PEOPLE'S QUALITY OF LIFE

What people say

E.F. Schumacher
Any intelligent fool can make things bigger, more complex, and more violent. It takes a touch of genius – and a lot of courage – to move in the opposite direction
Ole Hendrickson
Decentralisation and democratisation of energy go hand in hand with a transition to a more equitable society.
Dr. Thomas Prinz
This ambitious project demonstrates how innovative German companies can support the development of Bangladesh. By giving more people access to electricity, this project addresses a fundamental demand of the rural population in Bangladesh. The more households join the grid, the better the allocation of electricity and the more reliable.
Senator John Kerry
Bangladesh. The more households join the grid, the better the allocation of electricity and the more reliable.We won't solve climate change unless we also seriously tackle energy poverty, and we haven't really solved energy poverty if we ravage our planet in the process. The World Bank already has success stories to build on: in Bangladesh I always want to join charity activities. Their activities gave me a lot of experience, I go to many land, meet many people and know that there are many poor people that need our help.
European Commissioner Piebalgs
In short, no energy means no development
Ban-Ki Moon
We need a global clean energy revolution, a revolution that makes energy available and affordable for all.