Our Partners

Sol Inc

3210 SW 42nd Avenue,

 Palm City, FL 34990

Call us: (800) 959-1329 or +1 (772) 286-9461 (International)


For Solar Street Lights

Home Energy International

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Home Energy International
Buys Ballotstraat 9
4507 DA Schoondijke T +31 (0) 23 558 0022
F +31 (0) 23 558 1870
E info{at}home-energy{dot}com  

For Solar Plants and Wind Farmes


Headquarter Germany

Krögerskoppel 7
24558 Henstedt-Ulzburg


Tel. +49 (0)4193 7548-0
Fax +49 (0)4193 7548-29


For solar water pumping

DuloSolar - Le spécialiste de l'énergie solaire en France et en Afrique
7, ruelle au Vin - 77270 Villeparisis (France)
Mob: +33 (0) 6 99 64 26 19 - Tel: +33 (0) 9 54 12 12 60 - Fax: +33 (0) 9 59 12 12 60 www.dulosolar.com -



Efficient, affordable and clean energy supply is a key to poverty reduction and economic growth. The World Bank supports developing countries' efforts to provide cleaner, stable electricity services to households and businesses through its financing instruments, policy advice, partnerships, and knowledge transfer.
At a time when Africa is in the midst of energy uncertainty, fuel prices are fluctuating, and access to electricity remains limited, the opportunity to substitute costly, inefficient, and hazardous fuel-based lights (such as kerosene lamps and candles) for affordable and clean modern alternatives has become increasingly appealing to local consumers. Lack of modern energy access results in dire consequences on productivity and quality of life with health, security, and incomes adversely affected. For nearly a third of the world’s population, when the sun goes down and night falls, the option to flick on a light switch does not exist. In Sub-Saharan Africa, this problem is particularly acute, where as many as 90 percent of the rural population and 74 percent of the total population lack access to electricity. More than 500million people living outside grid connectivity exist in a state of energy poverty which is directly linked to economic poverty. Lacking modern lighting, these individuals rely on traditional forms of energy biomass, charcoal, candles or, most commonly, fuel-based sources such as kerosene to meet their lighting needs. These options are costly, sometimes consuming about 10 percent of annual income. Moreover, fuel-based lighting yields substantial environmental and social costs, contributing to increased greenhouse gas emissions and indoor air pollution, reduced human health, safety issues, and limited overall productivity. Accentuating this problem, the existing technologies currently available in the market are unable to meet the needs of African consumers and reach key market segments, notably the rural poor, with affordable off-grid solutions. Although there appears to be a significant market opportunity for off-grid lighting in Sub-Saharan Africa, with expenditures reaching US$17 billion in fuel-based lighting, the global lighting industry has, for the most part, been unable to penetrate this market and take advantage of this opportunity.

TCS will deliver affordable, reliable, sustainable lighting products to the African market place... Working in consultation with the renewable energy industry, TSC Africa will help to advance market research, promote product quality, boost policy support, and facilitate business-to business linkages across the supply chain. We will also conduct Business Conference and Trade Show, and held a Development Marketplace Competition to showcase the latest innovative ideas for delivering off-grid lighting to African consumers


Currently, 1.6 billion people worldwide are without electricity. The International Energy Agency (IEA) predicts that by 2030 (absent major policy changes), projected investments in grid electricity expansion will leave 1.4 billion people without modern energy services for basic human needs and economic development. The problem is most acute in Sub-Saharan Africa where more than 500 million people presently lack modern energy, with rural electricity access rates as low as 2 percent. Among the poorest of the poor, lighting is often the most expensive item among their energy uses, typically accounting for 10 percent of total household income. Although consuming a significant share of scarce income, fuel-based lighting provides little in return. New advancements in lighting technology, such as compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) and light-emitting diodes (LEDs), promise clean, durable, lower-cost, and higher-quality lighting. The challenge is to leverage these technologies to develop products and business models specifically targeted at the half billion “energy poor” in Africa. The potential exists to engage the African and international lighting industry in this new market area, while serving consumers, bolstering local commerce, creating jobs, enhancing incomes, cleaning the air, and improving health, safety, and quality of life.

TSC was a member of:

Black Chamber of Commerce




Prosper Domi


Tel: 0244 – 659 589 /  027 6 1212 08


Tropical Solar Consulting Inc / Togo Executive manager                                                    Claude Lamadoukou                                                                                            Beptogo Lome-TOGO
Phone1: 228-233-4216
Phone2: 228-905-2373
Email: beptogo@yahoo.fr.



  • Easy to install
  • Facilitate troubleshooting
  • Low cost
  • Monitor and manage  power systems 24 hours a day