Futurepump's SF1 solar irrigation pump gets high marks from users in Taita Taveta County, Kenya.
Futurepump was among the winners of the 2017 Ashden Awards, which aim to highlight “the best in sustainable energy”.
Futurepump's solar irrigation pumps lift farmers out of poverty, encourage the development of businesses and increase access to education for children. Working with funders like Poverty Alleviation Fund makes this technology more accessible, and these life-changing opportunities more possible.
Futurepump has won the 2017 International Ashden Award for Sustainable Energy and Water! They were recognized for their solar irrigation pump. This pump is cleaner and more sustainable than diesel pumps, frees farmers from hours of labor, and allows them to grow more crops throughout the year.
Three sustainable energy trail blazers working in East Africa—Futurepump, Haileybury Youth Trust and Mobisol—have all won a 2017 Ashden Award, the world’s leading green energy awards.
The area most ripe for immediate collaboration is solar irrigation, which is already scaling rapidly in India. Husk Power Systems, Futurepump and Claro Energy are building commercial bridges between the two regions.
Congratulations to Futurepump! They're the proud winner of the 2017 Ashden International Award for Energy and Water. This prestigious award recognizes Futurepump as a leader in the field of solar irrigation for remote, off-grid smallholder farms.
The Futurepump SF1 solar pump gets excellent reviews from happy users! Hear what farmers have to say about this low-cost, low-maintenance solar pump.
Congratulations to SunCulture, Futurepump, Husk Power Systems and EarthSpark's offshoot, SparkMeter—they've all been identified by the London Stock Exchange Group as being among Africa’s most inspiring small & medium-sized enterprises!
Futurepump's innovations change lives! Kenyan farmer Evans Shikuku recently bought a calf with the savings he realized by irrigating with a Futurepump solar pump. "The solar pump has helped me buy a cow to feed my family in addition to making an extra coin from the sale of milk,” said Shikuku.