Energy Inclusion Program™
This program works so that by the year 2030 not a single citizen will be without electricity at night and will have the possibility of accessing other services such as internet to transform decentralized clean energy into a universal human right in the region.
We expect to reach $13 billion in investment agreements with banks
to bring electricity to the 18 million people who do not have this service.
THE PROGRAM IN THE PRESS
THE STATE OF ENERGY POVERTY
THE ENERGY DEBT BY COUNTRY IN AMERICA LATINA AND THE CARIBBEAN
Antigua and Barbuda
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Trinidad y Tobago
18 million people do not have access to electricity in the region
The access gap in the region is still significant and one of the challenges it faces is the geographic dispersion of those who do not have this service. It is estimated that around 4.5 million homes do not have electricity, and of these, two thirds are located in rural areas.
Sign technology agreement with Doconomy.
Sign program agreement with CC35 and local NGO.
The user learns the impact of the emissions produced by his transactions from the bank's app. Minimum 300.000 debit cards must be exchanged under the new program with 2% cashback for the planet up to the donation cap allowed in your country annually. With this amount the bank offsets the emissions of its cardholders and at the same time informs them about the progress of the eradication of energy poverty.
CC35 together with the local NGO maps the areas and homes throughout the country without access to electricity and leads the technical assistance of the program and is responsible for publishing the offsetting of emissions of the bank's users.
With the resources donated by the bank, Kingo Energy implements the infrastructure so that all homes have access to clean energy, guaranteeing the correct monthly operation of the equipment.
An amount is allocated to Carbono Neutral Media for communication campaigns about the impact on the lives of individuals and families when they receive access to energy and other services such as internet.