Innovation & Services
that Shift the Landscape

Development projects often fail because local residents and leaders are left out of the innovation, design and implementation process.


We do it differently. Our innovation and services are community-informed, done in collaboration with local stakeholders and built on 25 years of experience.


Interested in working with us to bridge the gap?

Get in touch with our team.


Delivering training to support stakeholders in integrating right-fit technology into their services.

  • Training Modules
  • Micro-hydro mini grids
  • Solar Water Pumping
  • Community-scale Water Systems
  • and more… get in touch!


Building solutions based on needs and gaps identified in communities and with partners.

  • Research collaborations
  • Technology development
  • Open source tools


Customized collaborations to meet needs with a goal of accelerating and scaling impact for real world challenges.

  • Program Planning
  • Energy Planning and Needs Assessment
  • Technical Recommendation
  • Network facilitation


Smart Grids for Small Grids Together with partners TONIBUNG and SIBAT we are designing new open-source technology to make micro-grids more reliable and easier for local practitioners to manufacture and repair in-country.


Chlorine Management System In collaboration with Oregon State University, we are designing technology to automatically monitor and dispense chlorine in community-scale water systems, addressing an ongoing need for reliable water treatment in low-resource communities.


DREAM Tool Through the Power Partnership we created an app for remote data collection that allows community service providers to understand their energy needs without having technical expertise. We now work with providers to deploy the app and create energy installation plans.


Sabah RE2 Roadmap With three long-time partners in Malaysia, we formed a coalition to work with the Sabah state government to prioritize renewable energy in their state energy plan. We are working together to ensure that at least half of the unelectrified remote area villages in Sabah implement renewable energy mini-grids by 2027.