We're excited to announce the successful completion of the final tests and quality assessment for our MicroMill V2.2. These evaluations were conducted using the Rapid Product Assessment Solar Milling Test Method. This method, developed collaboratively by Kijani Testing Ltd and CLASP in support of Verasol – a distinguished quality assurance program for off-grid solutions – aims to assess solar-powered milling [...]
60 Decibels surveyed 143 of our end-users (i.e. people that bring their grain to an Agsol MicroMill for processing) to assess the impact the MicroMill has on their lives. The results are compelling! Women save time – both time travelling to mill and time spent at the mill Households save money - an average 41% [...]
Agsol, in collaboration with ClimaFI, has taken the first strides in revolutionising financing for customers of the Agsol MicroMill - the most efficient small milling machine ever developed. A Power Africa grant helped Agsol design and pilot a financing mechanism that that prioritises female entrepreneurs and structures payments based on customer success. Check out the [...]
60 Decibels have completed another survey on the Agsol MicroMill. This one focused on mill owners/operators. As part of this exercise 60DB spoke to 18 mill owners/operators about their experience with the mill and Agsol. 83% 'strongly agree’ it’s a good business investment, and 61% saw their income increase. Check out the report here!
60 Decibels have completed a survey on Agsol's MicroMill, focusing on feedback from mill owners and end consumers in the field. As part of this data collection exercise they interviewed 7 mill operators and 75 end consumers (those who bring maize to mill). Check out the report here!
A2EI believe’s it can be the collaborative platform where engineers, together with potential customers devise and develop the necessary portfolio of “income generating machines“ run on solar energy Download the report here!
We are delighted that we have been successful in receiving another grant from the Efficiency for Access coalition to further our R&D work. We thank the EforA coalition and the Energy Savings Trust who administers it for their continued support.