Solar power to the last-mile

SunCrafter is seeking cooperation partners and sponsors to support bringing clean and affordable power to last-mile communities.

Worldwide 1 billion people live without access to electricity, while at the same time hundreds of thousands of industrial solar panels are decomissioned each year for economical reasons.

¬†SunCrafter’s trademark plug & play technology prolongs the life of industrial solar modules and creates highly robust and ready-to-go off-grid solar home systems and generators.
SunCrafter solar can provide instant access to clean and affordable electricity to last-mile communities. No technician or technical know-how required to install and operate.  Simply plug in any <12V device or battery and add sunshine.
SunCrafter tests and certifies all PV modules to ensure the highest standard of quality

The SunCrafter Technology


Just add sunshine

Robust & durable

No breakable components, water resistant and maintanence-free

Ready to go

No installation or technician required

Plug & play

Extra easy to connect and use devices and recharge batteries via international standard 12v adapters


Affordable purchase price and no operating costs


Circular economy solar and carbon progressive

The SunCrafter Mission

SunCrafter aims to tackle two major sustainable development problems at once through clever technology and resource use: 1. provision of affordable, renewable energy for all and 2. the avoidance of unnecessary solar waste, thus the responsible use of limited resources. By upcycling solar panels into extremely simple and maintenance free systems, SunCrafter integrates circular economy into the electrification challenge and disrupts the way last mile energy access is delivered. By making clean power accessible and affordable to even the most remote SunCrafter supports even more global goals such as health, education, poverty alleviation, economic growth and climate action through adaptation to natural hazards such as floods and mitigation through changing long term CO2 emissions trajectories.

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