Adrian Initiatives

Proof of Concept(PoC)

The Green BTS Initiative

Powering Africa's Telecom Future, Sustainably

Adrian Group, through its subsidiary Adrian Kenya Limited, spearheads the transformative Green BTS Initiative, aiming to revolutionize telco infrastructure across Africa. By 2028, the initiative envisions powering over 5,000 BTS towers with 100% clean, solar energy. This ambitious project focuses on two key areas:

  • Solarizing and maintaining existing BTS towers: Converting existing grid-connected or generator-powered towers to Energy-as-a-Service (EaaS) models utilizing solar energy.
  • Building, solarizing, and leasing new 5G BTS towers: Constructing new towers equipped with cutting-edge 5G technology and powered entirely by solar energy.


The initiative aims to be a catalyst for economic development, environmental resilience, and energy independence across Africa. By reducing reliance on fossil fuels, Adrian Kenya aspires to achieve a 30% carbon footprint reduction by 2028, setting a precedent for sustainable practices within the industry.


Customization is key. Adrian Kenya will tailor solar solutions to the unique needs of each site.

Solar SME Initiative

Empowering SME Manufacturers with Sustainable Energy

In the case of Dairy processors, the Solar SME Initiative by Adrian Kenya aims to revolutionize energy consumption in dairy processing plants, focusing on medium-scale dairy facilities. Recognizing the environmental impact and climatic challenges, the proposal introduces solar solutions for diverse applications within dairy operations. From heating, steam generation, and milk cooling to space cooling, refrigeration, and solar drying, the initiative integrates advanced technologies to harness Kenya’s abundant solar resources for sustainable and cost-effective energy solutions.

This initiative targets plants with electricity bills ranging from KES 160,000 to KES 1,500,000, offering solar deployments between 100 kW to 800 kW, covering up to 50% of daytime loads and ensuring 100% utilization at night for security lights and cold rooms. Anticipating a significant reduction of 30-40% in electricity bills with expected savings ranging from KES 100,000 to KES 750,000 per month., the cost savings will be channeled towards repaying solar installations, fostering a green and economically viable transition for dairy processors.

ATIC 2028 Initiative

Launching the Future, One Startup at a Time

Imagine a vibrant hub where cutting-edge ideas collide, nurtured by seasoned experts and fueled by collaborative spirit. That’s the vision behind ATIC 2028, a transformative initiative propelling Adrian Kenya’s innovation journey.
At its core lies a startup incubator and accelerator, designed to empower the next generation of tech leaders in Africa. We’ll partner with universities and established tech players to provide aspiring entrepreneurs with:
• Expert mentorship and guidance: Seasoned professionals will share their insights and expertise, helping startups navigate the challenges and opportunities of the African tech landscape.
• Tailored workshops and training programs: Upskilling entrepreneurs in critical areas like business development, fundraising, and product development.
• Access to cutting-edge infrastructure and resources: From co-working spaces and prototyping labs to state-of-the-art technology, startups will have the tools they need to thrive.
ATIC 2028 isn’t just about launching startups; it’s about building a thriving innovation ecosystem that fuels Africa’s future. By fostering collaboration, knowledge exchange, and risk-taking, we’ll empower a new generation of tech leaders to solve Africa’s challenges and unlock its boundless potential.