Ghana (West African HQ)
Address and contacts
45A Mahogany Avenue, East Legon, Accra
We currently also develop projects in target countries: Senegal, Togo, Benin and Guinea.
We also run a special project in Somalia.
Address and contacts
Unit 10 Jan Smuts Park, Jones street, Jetpark, Boksburg
Lower your energy costs with high quality technology
Lower your energy costs from day 1 with STELLA energy solutions – high quality technology, senior engineering support and solid financing partners for long lasting and secure supply and commitment.
STELLA is an independent energy solution provider and our component portfolio only contains leading technology and our competence enables us to tailor-make solutions for any client, I e hospitals, schools, office buildings and heavy industries.
We not only know solar; we offer safe and reliable state-of-the-art hybrid storage solutions for both on- and off-grid applications.
STELLA manages the complete value chain:
- Installation and Commissioning
- Maintenance and Support Contracts
We take responsibility for our customers over the complete lifetime of the system.
Our solutions are 100% modular and mobile, making it possible to install at remote locations where electricity and clean water is scarce. From the installations done at each facility, we can build Micro-grids to connect neighbouring facilities.
One special target – Health Care
In the medical sector, the ability for doctors and first responders to treat populations assumes that clinics, medical equipment’s and medicines are fully functioning with access to sufficient, uninterrupted, reliable electricity. In parts of Sub-Saharan Africa, it is estimated that only 24% of health facilities have access to reliable electricity. As COVID-19 cases grow, we risk making a challenging situation impossible for those hospitals, health clinics, and first-line medical services as they try to treat critical patients with equipment that relies on electricity. And even when treatments become available, a lack of a cold chain and refrigeration would mean rural, vulnerable populations cannot access vaccines.
Speed of deployment for sustainable and reliable energy solutions is critical, especially in the eye of a pandemic. Off-grid decentralized renewable power can answer this challenge for many vulnerable communities. These energy solutions can not only allow people to access the healthcare they need now, but can also be an investment into the clean, sustainable energy infrastructure of the future for these countries.