Create a Network. Share Electricity. Brighten the Future
Sustainable, affordable energy access for low income rural people is possible right now. Our decentralised peer-to-peer microgrids deliver solar power to households and businesses, and enable them to trade their (excess) electricity for profit.
Founded in 2014 and based in Dhaka, Bangladesh, ME SOLshare Ltd. is a social enterprise that provides peer-to-peer solar energy trading platforms and pay-as-you-go solutions to low-income households. SOLshare, the pioneer of the micro-energy transition model, interconnects solar home systems and empowers its users to earn a direct income from the sun. SOLshare’s swarm electrification approach empowers people to become solar entrepreneurs and take action into their own hands.
ME SOLshare wins the prestigious Startup Energy Transition Award 2017 in the category 'Platforms and Communities'. Congratulations to the amazing SOLshare team and thanks everyone for supporting us!
More info about the award and jury comments here (german).
Live interview with DW Wirtschaft here (german).
SOLshare has been cited alongside other prominent peer-to-peer energy trading start-ups in the New York Times article "Solar Experiment Lets Neighbors Trade Energy Among Themselves".
ME SOLshare has been nominated as a finalist in the category of "Platforms and Communities" for the prestigious DENA Start Up Energy Transition Award to be presented on the 20th of March in Berlin.
More information here.