All On and Salpha Energy Limited Sign $1m Investment Deal for Solar Home Systems Distribution in Nigeria

LAGOS - Shell-funded impact investment company, All On is pleased to announce a $1m investment in Salpha Energy Nigeria to scale the company’s solar home systems distribution business, focused on bottom-of-the-pyramid customers in rural and peri-urban areas across Nigeria including the Niger Delta.

All On and Infibranches Sign a $2m Investment Deal to Drive Growth in the Nigerian Renewable Energy Sector

LAGOS - Shell-funded impact investment company All On is pleased to announce a $2m investment in fintech company, Infibranches Technologies Limited to help bridge the energy distribution gap in underserved rural and peri-urban areas of Nigeria.

NCIC completes All On hub-sponsored 2021 off grid incubation program

Lagos - The 2021 winners of the annual Nigeria Climate Innovation Center’s (NCIC) Embryo Incubation Program (EIP), sponsored by the All On Hub, were announced today after the Demo Day Pitch event. They are: Dalsman Tech, D’Suon Limited, SiriusX Energy, Think Electric, Vectar Energy, WakaGen, YOWIF and Zimaj Craft Enterprise.

Achieving Economies of Scale in the Nigerian Solar Value Chain

This project is a collaboration between Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL) and All On, a non-profit working to grow Nigeria’s market for sustainable off-grid energy solutions.

All On and Auxano Solar Nigeria Sign $1.5m Investment Deal for Solar Panel Assembly Plant Expansion

Lagos - Shell-funded impact investment company All On is pleased to announce a $1.5m investment in Auxano Solar Nigeria Limited to scale its operations over the next five years.

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Leveraging capital for the Nigerian off-grid energy sector.

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Fostering a supportive business and regulatory environment for off-grid energy companies to thrive.

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17 Early-stage Businesses Commence 2022 NCIC/All On Ideation Incubation Program

Lagos – Nigeria Climate Innovation Centre (NCIC) with support from All On, is pleased to announce the 2022 edition of their annual ideation incubation program for early-stage renewable energy entrepreneurs.

All On and Solstroem Sign Investment Deal To Finance Technology Platform For Carbon Credits

Lagos/Copenhagen - All On, a Shell-funded impact investment company focusing on strengthening the off-grid energy markets in Nigeria, is pleased to announce an investment in the Danish Technology Company SOLSTROEM. In doing so, All On matches a previous investment made by Persistent Energy Capital LLC into the company in November 2021.

USADF and All On Launch the 2022 Edition of the Nigeria Off-Grid Energy Challenge

Lagos - The United States African Development Foundation (USADF) and All On today announced the official opening of the 2022 Nigeria Off-Grid Energy Challenge, which will provide up to US$100,000 in blended finance to each selected enterprise.

All On and USADF Announce 13 Winners Of The $100k 2021 Nigeria Off-Grid Energy Challenge

Lagos - Today, the U.S. African Development Foundation (USADF) and All On announced that 13 wholly Nigerian-owned enterprises have emerged as winners of the 2021 Nigeria Off-Grid Energy Challenge. The annual Challenge is a multi-year partnership between USADF and All On to identify and scale innovative off-grid solutions to “power up” unserved and underserved areas in Nigeria.