Kumbaya Becomes Member of GOGLA to Connect the Unconnected

The company’s mission is to connect the unconnected, bringing people in off-grid communities access to zeroXess, an economically-priced home energy and communication hub.

Global Off-Grid Lighting Association

California-based solar energy firm Kumbaya, the company behind the zeroXess solution for off-grid power, connectivity and content, has got the membership in the Global Off-Grid Lighting Association (GOGLA), an independent, not-for-profit industry association that serves as the voice of the off-grid solar energy industry.

The company’s mission is to connect the unconnected, bringing people in off-grid communities access to zeroXess, an economically-priced home energy and communication hub.

Kumbaya’s zeroXess uses a simple single board computer and is powered by 120W solar panels with industry-leading efficiency.

Commenting on the development, GOGLA, Executive Director, Koen Peters said, “We are proud to accept Kumbaya as the newest member of GOGLA, and anticipate the company and its zeroXess solution will benefit tremendously from the network and resources available through membership.”

“The products and solutions that GOGLA members promote transform lives by improving health and education, creating jobs and income opportunities and helping consumers save money, and Kumbaya’s zeroXess exemplifies each of these attributes,” Peters added.

GOGLA is the industry association of the off-grid lighting and electrification sector. It’s objective is to help the industry grow quickly but sustainably.

With over 1 billion people living without access to electricity, about 1 in 7 people on earth, off-grid energy appliances and services can address this issue, particularly across developing and emerging countries.

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