Our Mission and Vision


Developing economies face numerous challenges regarding reliable electricity supply and waste management. SustainPower responds to these needs with our unique sustainable power generating solutions.


With dedication to quality, passion for efficiency, and an urge to fulfil our responsibility to people and the planet, we strive to make a difference in the way developing economies generate power.


SustainPower will become the leading African supplier of clean energy solutions for sustainable power generation from biogas, landfill gas, natural gas and other sustainable and alternative energy sources such as solar and wind.

Our Core Values



We are passionate about sustainability and won’t stop doing what matters.



We cherish change, respect opinions, and find same-same boring.



We trust our friends, stand by our word, and own what we do.



We challenge the status-quo and are serious about quality in everything.

“We strive to make a difference in the way developing economies generate power.”

Tobias Hobbach, Managing Director

“We have extensive experience in managing projects involving the maintenance and delivery of large equipment packages in some of the toughest regions of the world.”

Ames Martin, Group Operations Director & Head of SustainPower

Passion for People and Planet

At SustainPower we care about the planet and its people. Climate change, the need to manage diminishing fossil fuel reserves and the lack of access to reliable electricity are some of the biggest challenges currently facing mankind.

Renewable energies are sources of clean, inexhaustible and increasingly competitive energy. They differ from fossil fuels principally in their diversity, abundance and potential for use anywhere on the planet, but most importantly they do not produce greenhouse gases or polluting emissions.

To secure our future and that of generations to follow, it is widely accepted that we must act now to reduce energy consumption and substantially cut greenhouse gases, such as carbon dioxide.

In addition to the above, there is a direct link between economic growth and electricity supply in Sub-Saharan Africa. Countries with electrification rates of less than 80% of the population suffer from reduced GDP per capita.

From an electricity-access point of view, sub-Saharan Africa’s situation is the most pressing. Approximately 600 million people in sub-Saharan Africa do not have regular access to electricity. Access to electricity is crucial for human-wellbeing and economic development. It is essential for the provision of clean water, sanitation and healthcare, reliable and efficient lighting, heating, cooking, mechanical power, transport and telecommunications services.

To encourage economic growth and development, as well as drastically improve the quality of life in Sub-Saharan Africa, it is crucial that communities have reliable access to power.

Through our sustainable energy solutions, SustainPower responds to the needs of developing economies, whilst at the same time limiting damage to the environment and preserving our planet for future generations.