By building its kiosks in the heart of rural villages, HERi offers access to low-consumption but high-impact products and services. The kiosks facilitate the development of businesses useful to the communities: phone charging, refrigeration, film projection for entertainment and the dissemination of information, mobile banking, access to micro-finance institutions, etc.
« The kiosk concept is innovative not for its technological aspects, but rather for its model of distributing electricity and energy services, with the goal of reaching the majority of the local population, particularly the most vulnerable. Thus, beyond the delivery of energy products and services, the kiosks are local centres which can be easily used to offer new products and services. »
Samy Chalier, Managing Director of HERi Madagascar