Member - SolarisKit Ltd

SolarisKit is focused on providing affordable, clean heat via solar energy. We have developed the worlds first flat-packable solar thermal collector. Once assembled, the collector will convert sunlight into heat in the form of hot water.

Type Startup or self-employed
Founded 2019
Company Size 3
Member Type
Founders Dr Faisal Ghani
Headquarters Currie EH14 4AS, UK
Social network
SolarisKit Ltd


The SolarisKit collector is a  low-cost, simple to install, and easy to transport solar collector that can turn sunlight into hot water for your home or business. Because of its flat-packable design, we are able to substantially reduce the manufacturing cost of the collector. The collector is also considerably easier to ship and transport, it is even possible to transport using a bicycle or motorcycle due to its size and weight. Like an IKEA product, our solar collector can be assembled in approximately 30 minutes without any special tooling and simple instructions. We have developed the solar collector primarily for developing countries where the demand for heat is rapidly rising. In regions like sub-Sahara Africa where there is still huge dependence on biomass, solar thermal technology can be implemented to provide heat cleanly from the sun. Cost has been a significant barrier which we aim to address with our technology.
Headquarters Currie EH14 4AS, UK

SDG’s of application

The Sustainable Development Goals are a call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure peace and prosperity everywhere.
Clean Water and
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Affordable and
Clean Energy
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Industry, Innovation
and Infrastructure
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SDG 11
Sustainable Cities
and Communities
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SDG 12
Responsible Consumption
and production
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Efficient Solutions

Labelled Solutions from SolarisKit Ltd

The Solar Impulse Efficient Solution label seeks to bridge the gap between ecology and economy, bringing together protection of the environment and financial viability to show that these solutions are not expensive fixes to problems, but rather opportunities for clean economic growth.