What We Do
Iluminating the third World
With our in-depth understanding of the market in our host country; Nigeria, we are providing a solution to the holistic energy needs of the off-grid community. SGI is successfully turning the lights on and improving the lives of people, businesses and the planet. SGI is positioning to be more than the key to electricity but also the key to a better life.
SGI’s value proposition is designed to address the energy needs and preferences of all customer segments- from those living on less than $2 a day or who cannot afford the tariff to urban dwellers underserved by the grid. We provide reliable clean electricity for less than the price consumers currently spend on energy.
SGI is implementing a hybrid payment structure which incorporates energy as a service, rent to own consumer financing schemes and outright payments within its architecture to promote inclusiveness and affordability.
Our extensive payment options give our customers control over how they pay for their energy consumption.
We are implementing crisp and radical energy concepts that put our customers at the vanguard of technological advances- through efficient IOT, customers leap frog from stop gap technologies to modern energy enabled by efficient B2B and M2M connectivity.
At the center of our solution is our proprietary technology which mitigates the problem of poor network connectivity found in most remote communities. Our proprietary technology enhances our path to scale as it enables wider market penetration of our value proposition to customers at a lower cost. This is in line with our mantra of “no one is left in the dark”.
SGI builds the bridges that connect people at the bottom of the pyramid to the economic foreground. We provide quality, durable products to secure customer subscriptions, even in the toughest economic conditions, and this facilitates long-term relationships with our customers.
We are the grass root energy providers giving people in remote disadvantaged regions access to electricity and aiding their transition from carbon dependent to carbon neutral.