Pawa solves a $6 trillion problem with $100

A moonwalk program by Moonwalk Tomorrow

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600 million people in Africa do not have access to electricity. A power grid will cost $6 trillion and take 100 years to implement. People in rural areas spend hundreds of dollars and thousands of hours each year to acquire their daily need for power.

Pawa leapfrogs costly grid infrastructure and builds the power grid of people, not copper. Each Pawa customer becomes a consumer and a potential producer and trader of electricity. A proporietary power system bringing value from the first customer. More capital efficient than any known alternative approach. And purely solar powered. A platform for infinite power. Because real power comes from each individual's opportunity to enrich life and earn an income.

Pawa is not a suite of products. It is the new power grid of Africa. A 600 million people market with substitute cost of 40% of household income. Pawa is cheaper. More versatile. Mobile. And generates new income for its customers. With a starter package at $100, way below any alternatives.

Pawa was developed on the ground. By Kenyans. With industrial design and tech capabilities from Norway. Pawa pre-sold 390 prototype packages in 5 hours at $100 price point in Kabati, Kitui, Kenya. This gave the Pawa team the confidence to go for second version design and plan for full scale production.

Pawa teams up with its customers in a unique sales and distribution partnership to provide an additional income and to rapidly penetrate the market.

Jo Korneliussen, Managing Director and Industrial Designer prodigy
Håkon Moen, Tech Director with dual degrees in Electrical Engineering
Abdul Hamid Aloukla, Syrian Electrical Engineer with refugee experience
Alex Kitili, Kenya based Marketing & Sales Director
Kenneth Winther, Executive Director and Founder/CEO of Moonwalk (parent company)

Sub-Saharan Africa is a 600 million people market representing a $60 billion turnover. Other continents face the same challenge. Our initial target consumers are rural Africans. Pawa gives them the option to become power producers and sell or trade excess power.

Pawa has developed the worlds first off-grid personal mobile power ecosystem. This is a first-mover-advantage with no direct competitors. Present off-grid solutions are inferior in performance, versatility, modularity and mobility (on-roof solar panels, power banks, semi-mobile solar charged integrated products).

Pawa Technologies benefits from high tech low-cost world class expertise. Pawa Management Team is a fast-moving, nimble and integrated team of young professionals. The parent company 'Moonwalk' provides process, tools, and admin support and access to an extensive network of owners, suppliers and partners. Pawa has a hands-on team in each target market, starting with Kenya. Planned automated manufacturing in Norway can scale fast and reliably and will enjoy the zero duty tax treaty with most African nations.

Pawa now manufacture the 100 packages to take to Kenya and prove the market. Then next step is to ramp up production from prototype level to a Version 1 of 5,000 units per month. Second version will take full advantage of automatic production and scale up to 2 million units per year. Our market is pre-signed and awaiting our full launch.

Sales force and distribution is ready to take on the volume. Now is the time to push the button for volume production. Since Pawa has a profitable product from day one, the investment is mainly for working capital of raw materials and some for scaling the team on ground.

Working capital need is kr 350,000 to kr 1 million in a Private Placement of up to 4.8% of Pawa's stock capital. We will present you with your options once you state your interest by 'commitment' to a desired investment amount. Your commitment is not binding on either party.

All investors will receive their Pawa package and are welcomed to join the team as they launch in new villages.

Kr 350,000 is the minimum investment to get Pawa to next level. With that money, production start is secured. With kr 1 million, team commitment is secured. Beyond kr 1 million, it is all about materials to ramp up production. There are no alternatives to not reaching these targets except delay of plans. Your commitment, should we not reach our minimum target, will be returned to you.

Request your copy of Pawa Business Plan at where you also can direct your questions.

This is Pawa. We are powering up Africa. The Power is now in your
hands. Join us.

Power in Your Hands

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Subject to Board of Directors and General Assembly approval.

Pawa has successfully completed the Moonwalk Tomorrow 2-year Program from epic challenge to proven customer promise, product and delivery, and revenue model. Pawa has a comprehensive plan with Due Diligence level Financial Model from market launch to stable business (5 years).

The Pawa team has overcome collaboration partners set-backs, market challenges and production failures and have delivered a stellar complete solution. To solve a $6 trillion problem with $100. To give 600 million rural Africans power, income and the freedom that follows.

This is the time to enter serial production, entry market roll-out and scale of operations from base in Kenya. Pawa has the right team, a promising business model and proven Norwegian production capability with cost and risk mitigation advantage. Selling price and work capital sensitivity analysis have shown not to be risk factors. Main risks are actual adoption and usability of products in target market. Along with unforeseen crime (intervention/corruption) risk across value chain, though strategy is formed to minimize this.

Preferable funding route is full capitalization of entire working capital. Cash-flow from sales is the main contributor to the modest working capital need. Lead times for build of materials is the one factor of delayed cash in-flows. Still, it is the opinion of the Board of Directors that Pawa immediate need of capital to keep team and momentum in production and market still calls for a smaller entry round at favorable pricing. The goal is to close a pre-seed round fast and work to close a follow-on round of seed capital for entire lean case work capital need mid fall 2017, as the market response will then be tangible and main associated risks of investing similarly dramatically reduced.

Round 1: Early fall 2017
Pre-Seed Round standard evaluation on working prototype is MNOK 40. Pawa is beyond working prototype. It is in production series 0 and market proof mode. We offer up to 4.8% of company at pre money evaluation of kr 21 million. Condition: Swift close of minimum 500 shares and maximum 1,500 shares total with minimum sign-on of 1 share per legal entity (person or company).

Round 2: Mid fall 2017
Seed round of approved production and product quality with in market testing and sales to kick off production series 1 with volum from 50,000 units to 2 million units per year. Working capital total need for lean case market roll-out. Offer of up to 10% of company at targeted pre money evaluation of kr 50 million. Minimum placement of kr 3.5 million. Maximim placement target of kr 5(-7) million or $1 million.

Later rounds: 2018+
Any rounds beyond seed: Only applicable if owners move on a market dominance play. If so decided by owners: target pre money pricing of kr 200 million to kr 1 billion.


This is the offer of a Private Placement of new shares in the company, a subsidiary of Moonwalk Tomorrow AS. Terms as decided by General Assembly and put forward by the Board of Directors. Accepted offer by signed Term Sheet constitutes a binding agreement between you and the company and your promise to make payment for shares made available to you on or before the closing date.

Important: Under Norwegian law, all investors must provide a valid ID-number and official address for the claiming owner(-s) of the shares (Social Security number or D-number for individuals; organization number for companies). Note: You can distribute ownership of shares on legal entities you control, please sign new Commitment Forms for this purpose.

incorporated in Oslo under the laws of Norway.

Private Placement of new Class B Shares at premium. Change of bylaws requires Class A Share approval.

Private Placement:
500 to 1,500 Class B Shares (up to 4.8% of stock). Less than 500 shares renders Placement Void. Refusal of placements beyond 1,500 new shares.

Price per share:
NOK 700 per share (approx. USD 88.50)

Total Private Placement amount:
NOK 350,000 - NOK 1,050,000 (USD 44,270-133,000)

1 share minimum commitment. Equals NOK 700.

Named individuals and entities which they control. Only individuals with a social security number or entities with a company registration number allowed under residing law to invest in companies in the Kingdom of Norway.

Opening date:
01 September 2017

Closing date:
30 September 2017

Use of Funds:
Funds can be used from when minimum Placement is reached.

Bank Account:
1503 74 08082
IBAN: NO1515037408082

Term Sheet (Tegningsblankett) for your reference:
Pawa Pre-Seed Term Sheet Form

You can send your signed Term Sheet to: Pawa email

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