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Following a rigorous review, WeLight has become the first company in Madagascar to achieve the B Corporation (B Corp) certification, an international label for companies that meet the highest standards of environmental and social performance. WeLight Madagascar in now part of a community of 50 certified B Corps in Africa. This prestigious recognition highlights WeLight’s commitment to creating a positive and meaningful impact on its entire ecosystem, while contributing to a more inclusive and regenerative economy.

Stichting Clean Energy and Energy Inclusion for Africa (CEI Africa) announces its intention to award a results-based financing (RBF) grant for a total of up to USD 1,886,700 to WeLight, a green mini-grid (GMG) developer, for the densification and construction of mini-grids in rural communities in Mali. 

WeLight Madagascar’s access to energy initiative will receive €19 million in financing from the EIB, Triodos Investment Management and EDFI ElectriFI — the EU-funded Electrification Financing Initiative.

The Foundation for Clean Energy and Energy Inclusion in Africa (CEI Africa) has awarded a grant of 1.8 million dollars to WeLight. The aim is to electrify several rural communities in Mali using solar mini-grids.

The Universal Energy Facility (UEF), a results-based financing facility managed by Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL), has reached a milestone

In 3 years, nearly 25,000 people have benefited from this rural electrification project. The project was carried out by the company Welight Madagascar, which relied heavily on solar energy.