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Sollatek Kenya Issue 54: 6% Bond

24 months to mature 6% interest

Sollatek Kenya Issue 54: 6% Bond



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invested £240 will deliver power control equipment to a home or business

With the money invested in this campaign Sollatek will be able to deliver power control equipment to around 80 businesses and 300 homes .

households 300 homes and 80 businesses will benefit

Sollatek will design and install power control systems for 300 homes and 80 businesses with funds from this raise.

Invest Directly in Power Control in Kenya

Energy access is impacted by power outages and weak grid issues in East Africa, including high and low voltages and power surges which damage equipment.

Sollatek is 100% Kenyan owned and managed, and has been operational in East Africa for 38 years. They sell clean, solar energy solutions from solar lanterns to grid-tie systems with battery storage.

About Sollatek

  • Sole agent for Sollatek UK products and owner of the Sollatek franchise in East Africa
  • Products are sold through a network of 250 outlets in Kenya
  • Operational since 1985 with head office in Mombasa, Kenya
  • Named one of Kenya’s Top 100 Mid-Size Companies in East Africa by KPMG Kenya (also in 2013, 2015, 2017 & 2019)
  • Key product information

    Issuer: Sollatek Electronics (Kenya) Ltd

    Issuing Country: Kenya

    Investment target: £90,000

    Minimum investment: £50

    Maximum investment: No maximum

    Maturity: 24 months

    Expected interest rate: 6% per annum

    Withholding tax rate: 15% (applicable to UK residents who do not invest within an IF ISA)

    Interest payment frequency: Semi-annually

    Capital repayment: Semi-annually

    Financial instrument: Unsecured interest bearing bond

    Security: Unsecured

    Key risks

    This is a bond issued by a single company (rather than a savings product) and therefore it is recommended that you are careful with the amount you invest.

    You must read the offer document (provided below) where a full statement of risks is presented.


    What the project investment will enable

    Sollatek aims to raise £90,000 of investment in this raise which will enable them to design and install about 380 power control systems for 300 residential homes and 80 businesses. The exact systems delivered will depend on customers requirements but Sollatek can estimate likely demands based on recent business.

    The electricity grid in Kenya, and more widely in East Africa, is impacted by power outages, and other power issues that can damage equipment. Sollatek provides power control equipment that can protect against voltage fluctuations or power surges, or that can provide battery and inverter back up to replace a generator, depending on what each customer needs.

    Sollatek Electronics Kenya

    Sollatek Electronics (Kenya) Limited (“Sollatek”) started operations in 1985, and is a leading importer and distributor of power control, energy efficiency, and solar solutions in East Africa.

    Products are sold through a region-wide network of resellers, mainly in Kenya as well as Uganda, Tananzia Rwanda, and Burundi; resellers include major regional supermarket chains, electronics and electrical shops, hardware stores and general stores.

    Social and environmental impact

    Power control equipment secures energy access for homes and businesses by protecting against weak grid issues that can interrupt supplies and damage electrical equipment.

    Social Impact

    Social Impact

    Protecting home and business activities from power cuts, voltage issues and power surges secures energy access and protects equipment, including health impacting equipment such as medical equipment in clinics and refrigeration equipment.


    homes will get new power control equipment


    of businesses sales are impacted by power outages in East Africa


    of health facilities in Sub-Saharan Africa lack reliable power

    Environmental Impact

    Environmental impact

    Power control equipment can avoid or minimise the use of diesel generators as back up by providing battery and inverter back up instead. Precious electrical equipment is protected from voltage variations and power surges and refrigeration is maintained, avoiding waste.


    of business electricity needs are met by generators in East Africa

    5 hours

    the average duration of each electrical outage in Kenya


    businesses will get new power control equipment

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      Offer Documents

      Sollatek Offer Document Issue 54 August 2023 (Log In to download)


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