Here are our shared prideful victories.
Together with our customers we have achieved a list of Milestones.
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We are thrilled to announce that Koolboks has emerged as one of the finalists for the prestigious Zayed Sustainability Prize which underscores their unwavering commitment to revolutionizing the energy sector.
Koolboks came to Web Sumitt promising "sustainable and affordable refrigeration" on a continent where only 17% of the population has access to cold sources for food preservation. • Start-up the Future program received more than 200 applications from four continents and 54 countries and awarded €50.000 to the winner.
This project is part of the **Energy Catalyst Round 9** program, which is a grant competition that aims to create new or improved clean energy access in sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia, or the Indo-Pacific regions
ClimaTech Run is a Global Competition for tech-startups and digital artists addressing the most pressing climate challenges on the road to COP27.
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How Koolboks’ Solar-Powered Refrigeration System Is Impacting Small Businesses – Ayoola
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How we made it Africa
Nigeria: Entrepreneur sees opportunity in off-grid freezers:
We’ve sold close to 3,000 Freezer units since our inception. It is a great achievement. And it is the tip of the Iceberg, of what impact we plan to bring.
Case study: Koolboks helping to enhance access to affordable refrigeration
In 2020, the for-profit company, Koolboks, launched an innovative cooling-as-a-service (CaaS) model that allows customers to access cooling services at an affordable cost. In contrast to other service providers that offer CaaS models based on centralised cooling hubs, Koolboks’ CaaS model focuses on decentralised cooling solutions that can be used by individuals or small groups of customers.
Paris-based Koolboks closes $2.5M seed round to scale solar refrigeration across Africa
Koolboks, a sustainable cooling company, has secured $2.5 million in seed funding led by Aruwa Capital Management, with support from other investors. The company offers a pay-as-you-go model, allowing individuals and small businesses to own these off-grid solar refrigerators for monthly payments of $10 to $20.