Supporters and Awards


A huge thank you to everyone who has supported us so far, including:


For their founding role, generous support and ongoing commitment to GravityLight as a skunkworks project for several years. Today, they continue to host the team, offer expertise, innovation and great coffee

To every single one of the Indiegogo campaign supporters without whom none of this would have been possible.

Thank you to the team at Anjarwalla & Khanna who generously supporting the incorporation of GravityLight Kenya Ltd.

Hogan Lovell's wide-ranging legal advice has been - and continues to be - invaluable to the set up, management and growth of The GravityLight Foundation. Thank you!

For providing great pro bono consultancy on market scoping and business modelling!

To Amir Absoud from Upstreamly for generously donating his time and expertise to support The GravityLight Foundation across strategic questions from tax to annual reporting. Thank you!

Wavelength are generously supporting The GravityLight Foundation with their deep legal and tech expertise. Thank you for developing the foundations of the commercial contracts behind The GravityLight Foundation's partnerships.  

A big thank you to Precision Microdrives for their pro-bono support, helping us profile our generator for optimum efficiency and performance.

To TomTom, Onkyo, Aurora Borealis, Summit and Sunshine World (our Terawatt supporters) for their huge financial support during our 2012 crowd-funding campaign and Coleman (thanks Luke!) for stepping in at the last minute to provide GravityLight bags for the trial.

Thank you to Adrian Willis for the late nights and extra time dedicated to GravityLight's electronic development and innovation. 

Thank you to Simon Lucas, a mentor sharing insights and experience of establishing high quality operations in Kenya.

Particular thanks to Ian Wands for his years of technical support on engineering polymers.


Solar Aid's ex-CEO Nick Sireau and Sunny Money's John Keene played a significant role in GravityLight's inception.