Sollatek Electronics Kenya Ltd

Sollatek Electronics Kenya Ltd

Sollatek Electronics Kenya Ltd is a regional leader in supplying clean reliable on and off grid energy solutions. On grid division supplies and installs voltage protection range includes voltage switchers, stabilizers, and uninterruptible power supplies (UPS). The Sollatek Solar Division supplies complete turnkey solar systems and ancillary equipment including solar energy systems, solar modules, charge controllers, batteries, solar home systems and portable lanterns.
 
We has been in operation since 1985 as the sole authorised agent for Sollatek products and the owner of the Sollatek franchise in East Africa. Our Head Office is in Mombasa and we run a sister operation in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania. We operate as a wholesale and last mile distribution outfit, selling our products through a regionwide network of distributors. We provide comprehensive after sales care and hassle free warranty services on all our products. 
 
In 2013 and 2015, SEKL was named one of Kenya’s Top 100 Mid-Size  companies in East Africa by KPMG Kenya.

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Organization Type

  • Small Business

Contact

P.O. Box 34246
Sollatek building, opposite Bamburi Cement
Main Malindi -Mombasa Rd
Mombasa, Kenya 80109

T : (020) 3501671/2
E : sales@sollatek.co.ke

Organization Mission

To be the East African leader in voltage protection, renewable energy and energy saving industries with a primary focus on offering affordable, high quality and innovative products & solutions 

Area of Focus

Since 2010, we have sold over 650,000 portable solar lanterns and solar home systems in East Africa. Through this more than 3.8 million people have gained access to clear renewable energy as a result of Sollatek’s activities. We continue to strive to provide clean and reliable energy for all.     

Sollatek has won two grants pursing this goal of energy access for all, the USADF Power Africa Off-Grid Challenge of 100,000 USD for Sollatek Solar Centers. We installed 15 income generating solar centers to run cold storage facilities and lighting for fishing coops along the Kenyan Coast. This project was a finalist in the African Innovation Awards 2015. Then in 2015, SEKL was awarded a grant from Energy and Environment Partnership (EEP) for setting up an solar entrepreneur network across Kenya to encourage last mile sales and distribution of portable solar lanterns and solar home systems.  

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