Mera Gao Power

The ElectriFi fund is an initiative of the European Commission and its development banks to identify and finance smaller deals that have oversized impact. ElectriFi supports private sector investments that electrify underserved areas in developing and emerging countries with the aim to ensure access to sustainable energy for all.

Formerly GDF Suez, Engie provides technical and financial support to social enterprises contributing to sustainable energy access for vulnerable population groups throughout the world through its Rassembleurs D'Energies initiative. In 2014, Engie agreed on an investment in MGP which was concluded in 2015.

In 2015, ICCO Investments made a debt investment into MGP. ICCO Investments is committed to supporting social enterprises where business is a means to achieving the end goal of creating clear social value for those living is extreme poverty.

In 2014, National Geographic Awarded MGP the Terra Watt Prize to build 140 micro grids serving more than 17,000 people.

Insitor Seed Fund made the first commercial investment into MGP in 2013 and further demonstrated its commitment by making an additional investment in 2014.

Milaap raises debt from lenders in the crowd for mission-based companies in India. Milaap raised a loan for MGP in 2014.

The Energy and Resources Institute of New Delhi India, through the OASYS Project, funded expansion of MGP's micro grids into over 100 hamlets of Sitapur District.

SunFunder operates a web based platform for crowd lending to off-grid energy companies in emerging markets. SunFunder raised a loan for MGP in 2014.

Intellegrow supports social enterprise by providing venture debt, filling a void in the financing space in India. Intellegrow made its first loan to MGP in 2013.

As MGP's first investor, USAID's Development Innovation Ventures is a valued partner in MGP's efforts to provide quality nighttime lighting services to off-grid households in India.

Visit us on Facebook Photos On Picasa Photos On Flickr Youtube Video