Pit Pure Power supports you in different areas of growth, to increase your impact. Whether you are a (social) enterprise, a not-for-profit organisation, an impact investor or an actor in the field of energy access, together we can work in a result-driven way to realise your goals.
Examples of what Pit Pure Power can do for you are
For social enterprises and energy access companies:
Business Advice and mentoring
Scaling up impact
Helping towards investment readiness
For impact investors
Due diligence services
Scouting for suitable pipeline opportunities
Supervisory board membership for portfolio companies
Program or project management
Inspirational or knowledge sharing events and workshops
Examples of projects where Pit Pure Power is supporting in increasing impact
FairMatch Support is launching customer of Pit Pure Power (fairmatchsupport.nl). Pit Pure Power supports in building a robust, replicable and future proof franchise organisation to increase impact. FairMatch Support develops sustainable supply chains. From their offices in The Netherlands and West Africa they support companies in finding new sources and producers in finding new markets.
The Electrification Financing Initiative (electrifi.org) is supporting private sector investments, electrifying underserved areas in developing and emerging countries, aiming to ensure access to sustainable energy for all. Daphne supports the investment team in the project selection, due diligence processes and proposal writing. ElectriFI is funded by the European Commission and Power Africa with an initial amount of EUR 115 million.
Daphne works with the Mlinda Foundation (mlinda.org) to scale their impact. Mlinda is working in the rural areas of India to introduce an environmentally sustainable and affordable village wide mini-grids. Together, we look at standardization of data to facilitate processes towards financiers, as well as how to come to a scalable business model with long term, sustainable impact.
With Waka Waka (waka-waka.com), Pit Pure Power searches for ways to scale up the business and develop innovative new funding inititatives for their disruptive business models. Waka Waka is a social enterprise, working globally, aimed to lift millions of households out of energy poverty with their solar product range.
Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship (millercenter.org) is one of three Centers of Distinction at Santa Clara University. Miller Center accelerates global, innovation-based entrepreneurship in service to humanity. Daphne works as a business mentor for their Global Social Benefit Institute (GSBI) Programs, with a focus on energy access entrepreneurs.
For Nyenrode Business University, Daphne will be a guest lecturer for the Green Finance Academy (nyenrode.nl)Also for Nyenrode Business University, Daphne will be a business mentor for the course Social Entrepreneurship (nyenrode.nl) (leergangsociaalondernemen.nl)
For Masar (masar.io) Daphne supports in preparing an investment document and connecting to financiers, to fund their innovative smart energy business in the Middle East and Africa.
Daphne joined the pool of experts of Women on Wings (womenonwings.com). Women on Wings’ goal is to co-create one million jobs for women in rural India. They provide business mentoring to Indian social entrepreneurs that create employment for women in rural India. Dutch experts share their time and skills pro bono with the partners in India.