Wattero develops energy solutions for people who lack access to electricity.

We develop software that allows for energy trading in local solar home system networks. Our marketplace for energy sharing leads to economic growth and empower local communities.

What we do

Energy sharing, or peer to peer energy trading, is decentralised trading of energy, where connected households buy and sell electricity from each other.

Wattero is developing marketplace solutions for energy markets, with a focus on microgrids in rural Africa. Wattero’s role varies from project to project, and can be just the trading logic or encompass the communications layer and dashboard as well. Our software sets a price for electricity based on the supply and demand for electricity and keeps track of the energy bought and sold for each household.


Our marketplace allows for the end-user to sell or buy surplus energy to/from the neighbour, via their phone.


A marketplace for energy sharing leads to economic growth and empower local communities

Our Recent Project - Godjiboue

In February 2018, the project was launched with the installment of 75 solar kits, giving 350 people in Godjiboué access to high-quality solar energy kits. Wattero was involved in all aspects of the project from project planning, fundraising, and its actual implementation. The project was successfully completed in March 2019.

Our Team

Meet our hard-working team. The Wattero team is comprised of people of various backgrounds and we are based in Oslo, Trondheim, and Abidjan. We are motivated by the possibility of providing affordable, solar energy to people who need it, enabling development, empowerment, and sustainability.


Chief Technology Officer


Chief Executive Officer


Business Developer


Chief Financial Officer


Lead Programmer



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