Simusolar provides and finances accessible, affordable, and energy-efficient agricultural equipment (primarily irrigation equipment) designed for off-grid businesses in Sub-Saharan Africa

Market Opportunity/ Problem

Only 3% of farmers in Tanzania actively irrigate. The vast majority engage in low-intensity agriculture and time their cultivation with the two rainy seasons. Solar water pumping presents an opportunity for greater yields, year-round harvests, better prices for crops, and greater climate change resilience due to less dependence on rain. The ROI to farmers is significant, especially with the payment plans provided by Simusolar. Moreover, Simusolar works with quality input suppliers and capacity builders to ensure farmers have more than water, but also GAP, inputs, and market access.

Company Information

Years of operation


Type of organization

Private company

Stage of the business

Growth stage

Agribusiness focus


Agriculture value chain(s) focus?

Food crops

Primary country of operation


Other country(ies) of operation


How many employees does your business have?


Does the business have more than 30% women ownership?


Does the business have more than 30% youth ownership (under 35 years)?


Financing and expansion overview

How much capital is the company currently fundraising (US$)?


What is the split between equity and debt?

All equity; Simusolar already has debt relationships
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