Kopernik delivers sustainable energy technologies to last mile communities to reduce poverty. As of October 2015, Kopernik has distributed more than 60,000 units of clean energy technologies including solar lights, solar home systems, water filters, and clean cookstoves, reaching over 300,000 people.  

In Indonesia, Kopernik is scaling up its award-winning Wonder Women initiative, empowering women to become micro-social entrepreneurs by selling clean energy products in their communities. Kopernik not only connects renewable energy solutions with remote villages, but also incubates innovation by helping manufacturers to develop affordable, effective energy solutions for the poor.