The Green Utility

Helping people in Haiti tap the power of the sun.

CLEAN

Solar and wind are clean, renewable sources of energy, replacing the burning of carbon and the noise of diesel generators.

RELIABLE

24/7 electricity will be a first in many parts of Haiti, and will greatly improve health, education, and safety.

FAIRLY-PRICED

Pricing that is both fair and sustainable makes operating the utility and growing its scale possible.

To show you how important electricity is in the life of a country, let me define electricity for you this way: Electricity is life.

- Kalebe Verdieu, 44, Director of Electricité d'Haïti in Jérémie -

ABOUT US

Sigora Haiti is a business model with a vision

Sigora Haiti started with a dream of electrifying a clinic and has grown into a full-scale green utility project. Our 10-year plan is to electrify 2 million people by 2025. We connected our first customer, the Mole-Saint-Nicolas Public Health Clinic, in December 2015. In less than one year Sigora engineered, financed, and built its first microgrid system.

Today, we provide clean, reliable, and affordable power to nearly 10,000 people under a 50-year power supplier contract with the municipality, and have ratified additional agreements to bring power to a further 135,000 people in Haiti’s Northwest region.

Sigora’s grid technology is designed to provide more than just power metering and production monitoring, it is an integrated micro-utility management system. Our proprietary Sigora Smart Meter and cloud-based API software automate account management tasks, monitor the technical and financial performance of the grid, and provide real-time data analytics and meter control, enabling Sigora to troubleshoot and address problems before they become serious.

To learn more about Sigora's grid management system and proprietary prepay meter, visit Sigora International.

Getting Started in Môle-Saint-Nicolas

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SERVICES

Transmission lines, electricity, and metering technology
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Consider the facts

  • 75 percent of people there are not connected to the national power grid.
  • Most of the energy consumed is fossil-fuel based.
  • Instead of 24/7 power, some places are lucky to have 2/7 power.
  • 50 percent of the power generated is lost to theft.

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MEET THE TEAM

Andy Bogdan Bindea

Andy Bogdan Bindea

Founder & President
Jean Pierre

Jean Pierre

Project Manager
Lesley Vaval

Lesley Vaval

Business Development Specialist
Drew Lebowitz

Drew Lebowitz

Haiti Operations Director

There is hardly a place on Earth where the advantages and tremendous potential of domestic renewable power are as evident as in Haiti.

- Worldwatch Institute -

PHOTO GALLERY

we have been making incredible progress

Access to electricity is crucial for almost all aspects of human and economic development. The right of all people to access affordable, reliable, and sustainable electricity that elevates living standards while promoting economic growth, preserving natural resources, and mitigating and adapting to climate change has been widely recognized.

- United Nations’ Sustainable Energy for All (SE4ALL) -

CONNECT WITH US

If you are interested in our effort to bring power to the people of Haiti or if you would like to know more about investment opportunities please email us using this form. Thanks for your time!

A SIGORA INITIATIVE

We formed Sigora Haiti as a business model with a vision.

What began as a dream to bring electricity to a clinic in Môle St. Nicholas has evolved into a full-scale green utility project.  With community support and working with a team of investors, Sigora Haiti is developing the necessary infrastructure to generate and distribute wind and solar power to the people of Haiti–power that is clean, reliable, and affordable.  Our goal is to generate 116,000kW of power for nearly 2 million people and create 5,800 jobs in the process by the year 2025.

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