AFSIA Founding Members have a very strong track record in the region and are proud to support AFISA initiative to enhance the solar business in the region.
These companies all represent a specific segment of the solar value chain and their status at AFSIA is for life.


Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Project Development, Utility
Access Power is a fast growing developer owner and operator of power assets in emerging and frontier markets and is currently developing power projects worth over US$1 billion in 23 countries across Africa and Asia. At Access Power we remain committed to our values and through our projects we aim to demonstrate that there should be no tradeoff between sustainability & affordability. We are an entrepreneurial business where we pursue success through commitment, resilience and innovation; finessing our capabilities and forging a solid path of experience and expertise in emerging markets.
Kigali, Rwanda and London, UK
C&I, SHS, Utility
We are a next-generation utility platform, powering growth and transforming lives in developing countries. We are generating impact by improving customers’ quality of life through provision of affordable, clean energy solutions. Today, we offer pay-as-you-go solar power. Our aim is to expand rapidly to provide other vital utility services, such as cooking, internet access and water. We are constantly searching and realising innovative solutions to provide the best value services to our customers. At the heart of BBOXX is our pioneering management platform, called Pulse, which continuously collects data and insights, enabling us to provide our services to previously unreachable populations. We are operating in 12 countries, including Rwanda, Kenya, Togo, DRC and Pakistan.
London, UK
Legal Advisor
A leading international law firm recognised by Acritas as a Global Elite Law Firm, we regularly advise on billion dollar deals and high profile cases on behalf of the world’s most powerful corporations and financial institutions. We are committed to promoting the conservation of natural resources, preventing environmental pollution and continuously improving our environmental performance. We have identified our significant aspects as energy and paper usage, travel, and waste production. We regard environmental regulations, laws and codes of practice as the minimum standard that we should aim for and actively work towards exceeding these benchmarks. We raise awareness of this policy through guidelines, internal communications and staff training and will ensure it is regularly reviewed and updated where necessary.