WHO WE ARE
- Through Kigeni Energy we build, own and operate renewable energy
generation plants across Southern Africa.
- Through our range of private equity and growth funds we provide funding to grow and develop innovative businesses across Africa and Europe.
- Through Kigeni Advisory we assist clients in taking infrastructure projects
from inception to completion through providing strategic funding advice,
financing, project management and treasury services.
Kigeni Energy commissioned it’s new solar PV plant on the roof of the Remgro Head Office in Millennia Park
Kigeni Energy commissioned its 511kWp Vector Logistics Peninsula Solar PV plant. The plant will save Vector 680t of CO2e per annum.
Portugal Gateway Fund provides investors with access to a Portuguese Golden Visa and to a portfolio of proven and rapidly growing businesses. It provides businesses with international expansion capital and support in globalizing.
Mobius’ regenerative solar driven lithium battery solutions for refrigerated transport are global leaders in this area. The first Beta version is now installed and going through robust live testing.
Kigeni Energy commissioned the first two PV sites in its Eris portfolio in partnership with Terra Firma and MMI. The Dawn Park site is 625kWp and the Bethlehem site is 204kWp
Share price up 23% in the 12 months since listing and market capitalization (on JSE and ASX combined) of AUD 180m.
Kigeni Energy starts work on expanding it’s existing 1.3MW solar plant on the roof of the Old Mutual Pinelands building to a size of 3.7mw. This will the second biggest roof top PV plant in South Africa once completed and amongst the 20 largest in the world.
The completion of its end-to-end building utility management project in Wynberg Cape Town. The project includes PV solar, smart electrical metering, water meters, demand management and e-wallet payment system for the collection of electricity, water and rent.
Yo! Uganda and Mastercard announce a partnership to develop a payment ecosystem to collect school fees using the Yo! Payment Gateway. The aim is to connect 2,000 schools per year to the payment platform.