A young Maasai boy brings a solar torch to the field to check on his cattle at night. The torch is part of a program run by Off Grid Electric, a company which aims to bring affordable energy to sub-Saharan Africa.
A service officer installs a panel on a new customer's rooftop in Arusha, Tanzania.
A household installation in the Tanga region of Tanzania.
A young Tanzanian girl enjoys music in Tanga region from a solar powered radio.
The company offers a product called Zola to rural entrepreneurs, which includes kits with appliances for barber shops, charging stores, bars and restaurants.
Off Grid Electric is backed by Elon Musk's SolarCity, the largest solar energy provider in the US.
A fisherman in Tanga, Tanzania brings his solar radio with him to listen to the news while working.
An Installation officer placing a LED pendant lamp outside the front door of a new customer's home.
Young Tanzanian boy charges his father's mobile with solar power.
The program allows households to move away from burning kerosene to make light and heat, a life-changing upgrade.
A Zola Retail Officer demos the Zola radio to a potential customer in a flagship retail shop.