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d.light Case Study

Executive Summary d.light is a social global enterprise providing affordable solar-powered solutions designed for the two billion individuals in the developing world without access to reliable energy, founded by Sam Goldman and Ned Tozun. There are offices located in Africa, China, South Asia, and the United States. d.light has successfully improving lives of over 50 million people by selling over 10 million solar light and power products in 62 countries. d.light’s dedication is to provide the most reliable, affordable, and accessible solar lighting and power systems for developing world, with a goal of reaching 100 million individuals by 2020 ("About Us," n.d.). For Profit or Non- Profit? “d.light is dedicated to providing distributed solar energy solutions for households and small businesses that transform the way people all over the world use and pay for energy ("About Us," n.d.).” The mission of d.light is mainly focusing on providing distributed solar energy to households and small businesses. Unlike missions of other organizations, d.light does not mention that one of its mission, nor its goal and vision, is to provide a return for its stakeholders. Therefore, based on what d.light is doing, it is reasonable to turn d.light into a non-profit organization. However, before making decision on which module to apply on d.light, the organization must understand the difference between for profit and non-profit organization. One of the largest differences is source of capital. The current situation for d.light is shortage on high liquidity assets, in other words, cash. A for profit company receives its capital from investors who often look for short term return, but it hardly fits d.light’s identity as a social enterprise. In addition, there are not many investors willing to invest a large…...

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