Latest News & Upcoming Events
Ntengwe Women to Deliver Solar Home Solutions to rural Matabeleland North
Ntengwe is a non-profit organisation with a hub in Victoria Falls that serves the Matabeleland North area. Ntengwe works with many of the most marginalised districts of Zimbabwe to deliver ‘Community Development’ programmes. These are designed to strengthen these vulnerable rural communities,...
Solar Investment versus Solar Quick-Fix?
We wanted to address the positioning of our d.light products in a market where we are well aware of seemingly ‘cheaper alternatives’. While Solar Home Systems (‘SHS’) can appear commoditised and very similar, with simply small design variations and different colours to set them apart, do not be...
Protecting your Environment with Solar Energy
Preserving the local environment is a challenge for households on lower income without access to reliable energy and quality lighting. This is most relevant in rural and peri-urban areas of Zimbabwe where households often rely upon kerosene lamps, wood, candles and batteries, or even gasoline...
Improving Family and Social Life with Solar Energy
Creating a happy, healthy and welcoming household environment is challenging without access to clean reliable energy and quality lighting. This is most relevant in rural and peri-urban areas of Zimbabwe where households often rely upon kerosene lamps, wood and candles which create harmful smoke...
Increasing Productivity with Solar Energy
A lack of access to reliable energy and quality lighting reduces productivity. This is most relevant in rural and peri-urban areas of Zimbabwe where households often rely upon kerosene lamps, wood, candles and batteries – all of which cost money but fail to maximise individual ‘productivity’, or...
Improving Health and Safety with Solar Energy
People living in rural or peri-urban areas of Zimbabwe on lower incomes face a far wider range of health risks. A high percentage of these households depend on wood, candles and kerosene lamps to provide their lighting. These emit smoke and dangerous vapours which can lead to respiratory health...
Improving Education with Solar Energy
A good education is the key to opportunity and a better standard of living. For those families living in rural or peri-urban areas of Zimbabwe with no access to the Energy Grid, creating an effective study environment at home is challenging. Many families rely on kerosene lamps or candles for...
Distributing Solar Home Systems across Zimbabwe
Kumusha Power is the licensed distributor within Zimbabwe for Solar Home Systems produced by d.light Design. These products have proven to be extremely popular elsewhere in Africa, including Kenya, where PayGo credit-driven sales have been especially strong. So how are these products being...
Switch to Solar Energy and Save Money
Kumusha Power is committed to delivering its Solar Home Energy solutions to meet the daily energy challenge facing millions of Zimbabweans today. We believe these solar products will enhance the daily lives of Zimbabweans in a number of ways AND make a positive contribution to the country. Our...
Affordable Solar Energy
Kumusha Power will shortly be offering a range of Solar Home Systems to meet the budget of most Zimbabweans. Prices will vary depending on whether a cash or credit purchase is being made, but the most popular models are likely to cost around ZW$3,000. For those unable to pay cash, a range of...
The daily energy challenge for Zimbabweans
What does Energy mean to you? A reliable source of lighting and comfort in your home? Perhaps offering a level of security? Something that drives entertainment options like radio and television? The power to create commercial opportunities, to support a family or a community. Energy provides...
Energising your life with solar power
At a national level we believe the Zimbabwe Government is looking to build a series of new Solar Parks, but this will take time, and will not solve the energy challenges for those living off the Grid. However, we believe solar energy is increasingly being seen as part of the solution to Zimbabwe’s...
Solar Power Africa
CTICC (Cape Town International Convention Centre), Cape Town, South Africa
Solar Power Africa focuses solely on creating an environment that fosters the exchange of ideas, knowledge, and expertise for furthering solar power and renewable energy development in Africa. The leading solar & energy storage event in Africa. the event will offer superior networking, visibility, and value to any company active in the renewable energy market by creating an energetic and engaging marketplace to connect buyers and suppliers.
Cigre Southern Africa Regional Conference: “Transforming the power system for future generations”
Johannesburg, South Africa
This conference will provide a platform to deliberate on subjects that expound on how we can build, transform, adapt a resilient power system for the future. These discussions will be between electric utilities (generation/transmission/ distribution), municipalities, system operators, regulators, manufacturers and suppliers, universities, standardizing bodies, research laboratories and authorities on topics in the field of the development of electrical systems in Africa.
Southern Africa Sustainable Energy Conference
Spier Convention Centre, Cape Town, South Africa
The conference specifically focuses on research, development and deployment of methodologies, technologies and systems within the Southern African context related to sustainable energy (i.e. energy that can be replenished in the short-term, with no long-term environmental damage). The conference provides the opportunity for researchers, engineers, technologists and individuals to share and discuss recent developments in the field. It is a particularly good opportunity for postgraduate students to showcase their research progress, and to develop knowledge and networks in the field.
Our future with Solar
We envision a brighter future and quality of life for all Zimbabweans through access to reliable and affordable clean energy products.
2 bulbs, 1 tube, 25W panel, USB mobile charger, run time 4hrs on max+ 1hr on power save
2 bulbs, 1 tube, 9W panel, USB mobile charger, run time 4hrs on max+ 1hr on power save.
2 bulbs, 1 tube, 12W panel, USB charger, FM/MP3 radio, torch, run time 6hrs on max.