• Project Investors
  • Operating Partners
  • Associations & Affiliations
  • Globeleq

    Globeleq is a leading developer, owner and operator of independent power projects in Africa. We develop economically sustainable businesses that contribute to the continued development of the electricity sectors on the continent. Currently, Globeleq owns, operates and has investments in eight power plants located in Tanzania, South Africa, Cote d’Ivoire, Cameroon and Kenya, with a gross capacity of 1,237 MW and another 2,000 MW in development. Globeleq is a power industry leader and is committed to providing safe, reliable and cost effective grid connected power, significantly contributing to the social and economic growth on the African continent.

  • Thebe Investment Corporation

    A diversified investment management company and one of South Africa’s oldest black owned investors, established in 1992 with the vision to be a trusted world class African company that develops and invests in businesses for the long term benefit of the community and other stakeholders.

  • Droogfontein Communal Property Association

    Droogfontein Communal Property Association: Droogfontein Communal Property Association (CPA), the project land owner comprising of more than 104 families. The CPA receives revenue through lease agreements with Droogfontein Solar Power. As one of the project owners, the CPA also earns a share of the project dividends.

  • The Letsatsi Borutho Trust

    The Letsatsi Borutho Trust, a local community trust established by the project company to benefit the local community in the areas of enterprise development, education and health.

  • Enzani Technologies

    Enzani Technologies: An electrical & instrumentation engineering contractor which provides services in the fields of engineering design, procurement, installation, testing and commissioning of electrical & instrumentation systems.

  • Usizo Engineering

    Usizo Engineering: A consulting electrical engineering firm that specialises in project engineering & project management. Usizo is 100% Black owned.

  • OPERATIONS & ASSET MANAGEMENT COMPANY

    Globeleq is a leading developer, owner and operator of independent power projects in Africa. We develop economically sustainable businesses that contribute to the continued development of the electricity sectors on the continent. Currently, Globeleq owns, operates and has investments in eight power plants located in Tanzania, South Africa, Cote d’Ivoire, Cameroon and Kenya, with a gross capacity of 1,237 MW and another 2,000 MW in development. Globeleq is a power industry leader and is committed to providing safe, reliable and cost effective grid connected power, significantly contributing to the social and economic growth on the African continent.

  • SAPVIA

    Droogfontein Solar Power is an active member of the South African Photovoltaic Industry Association (SAPVIA). The association aims to represent the PV industry before provincial and national authorities, as well as government, to promote a higher penetration of the technology, and to advise key decision makers on the most adequate policies to develop a sustainable PV market.