Zimbabwe’s Power Life Energy Wants to Improve Power and Lighting in Africa Through the Gift of Nature

Power Life Energy is an integrated electrical and renewable energy startup that was founded by Washington Chipango. The startup is currently developing a solar project with investors which will address the power crisis in Zimbabwe.

The startup’s mission is to provide power and light up all dark corners of the world through the gift of nature (Sun) in an affordable, innovative and environmental friendly way. They focus basically on three things: Solar Energy Consultancy, Investment Mobilization and Electrical Engineering.

Through solar energy consultancy, they make use of sustainable carbon-free energy solutions such as solar, this is due to the fact that solar generates significant long-term savings on electricity bills, produces no CO2 pollution, has a safe and low-impact energy source, is carbon free, stabilizes energy prices and is crucial to slowing the pace of climate change and preventing further damage to the environment.
As regarding Investment mobilization, the startup provides value added services to energy sector companies by collaborating in the structuring, implementation of energy efficiency and renewable energy projects facing technical and financial barriers that may hinder their successful implementation.

In the same vein, they also focus on Electrical Engineering by providing premier electrical contracting and maintenance for both public sectors and private customers in commercial, domestic and industrial markets.

They offer the highest, most sophisticated cutting-edge energy solutions. Their traditional business model is based on loyalty and instilling confidence at the same time providing cutting edge technological energy and electrical solutions.

Power Life Energy is based on the belief that “Quality is Life, Innovation is Power and Reputation is Failure” and this is the base upon which the idea of the startup is built, to continually invest in green economy and renewable energy resources.

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