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The social enterprise owned by SolarAid

Solar lights sold

  1. S2 solar light

    We love this solar light – perfect for students as a study light, plus it fits into your pocket!

  2. Sun King Pro

    A fantastic product - lights up your room and comes with a digital display to tell you how much life you have left in your battery. It will even charge your mobile phone!

  3. Barefoot Power 5W

    This four light system makes the BFP 5W ideal to light the whole home with the press of a button. It comes complete with mobile phone charging technology and radio connectivity.

  4. Barefoot Power 15W

    This is the biggest solar system we sell. It uses strip lights to light large rooms and even class rooms. It also charges mobile phones and radios.

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SunnyMoney is the largest seller of solar lights in Africa.

Visit SolarAid to discover more about the charity behind our company.

Where we work

We sell quality solar lights in Malawi, Zambia, Kenya and Tanzania, reducing reliance on expensive, poor quality fuels such as kerosene and disposable, short life batteries.


SunnyMoney sells a range of high quality solar lights. Download our brochure for general information about SunnyMoney, or contact To purchase lights or become a SunnyMoney agent, contact each country via the email or phone listed below.

Kenya Contact Details

Lights In Stock


  • Are solar lights really cheaper than kerosene?
  • Yes. Once you start using our solar lights instead of kerosene, you will no longer need to pay every time you want to light your home. After a few months, you will be saving money.

  • Can solar products really charge my phone?
  • Yes – most of the solar products we sell have been designed to charge mobile phones to help keep you connected. But it is important to check before you buy as some products only power lights.

  • What are the benefits of solar lights?
  • Solar power is reliable power that saves you money, improves health, betters education and gives you more time to organise your day because you do not have to worry about the cost of fuel. Also, by not using fuels such as kerosene or candles, you will have a safer home. Find out more by downloading our ‘Benefits of Solar Power’ document.

  • What happens if my solar light stops working?
  • If you have bought a solar product from SunnyMoney and it has stopped working, you can call us to discuss the problem (See country information for relevant number). Our customer service staff will be only too happy to try and help identify the problem and more importantly, identify a solution. All products are covered with a warranty and will be replaced if a product develops a fault in this period.

  • Which products do we sell?
  • We sell a wide range of solar products which are designed to meet the lighting needs of people living with limited access to electricity. Contact our teams in Kenya, Malawi, Tanzania and Zambia to find out which products best suit your needs.

  • Is SunnyMoney a charity or a company?
  • SunnyMoney is owned by the charity SolarAid – but it is a business with the social goal of increasing access to solar lights and reducing reliance on kerosene lamps. Our mission is to eradicate the kerosene lamp from Africa by the end of this decade.

  • How can I become a distributor or agent to sell SunnyMoney solar lights?
  • SunnyMoney has a program in Kenya, Tanzania, Zambia and Malawi for anyone to become an agent and earn extra money selling solar lights. Contact each country by phone or email to learn more. If you are interested in buying large quantities of lights in other African countries, contact

  • How do our solar products work?
  • It’s simple. Solar panels convert sunlight (not the sun’s heat) into electricity, which is then used to recharge batteries to power lights and charge up phones. So all you have to do is put your solar panel in the sunlight and it will do the rest. It’s that easy.

  • How long do solar products last?
  • Our lights come with one to two year manufacturers' warranty. Each light we carry is certified to meet Lighting Africa standards. You will need to replace the rechargeable batteries every 1-5 years (check each product in our range for more information).