The concept of corporate social responsibility is hinged on the principle that a company or corporate business organization does not exist only to make profit for its shareholders and ensure its corporate survival in the business arena; but it also has a moral duty to extend the benefits from its operations to other stakeholders particularly its host community.

Corporate Social Responsibility




Green Energy International Limited (GEIL) is proud to contribute to the achievement of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Our primary contribution is safely developing and delivering the affordable, clean, and reliable energy that is necessary for social and economic progress.



The concept of corporate social responsibility is hinged on the principle that a company or corporate business organization does not exist only to make profit for its shareholders and ensure its corporate survival in the business arena; but it also has a moral duty to extend the benefits from its operations to other stakeholders...



GEIL effects direct financial intervention towards sustainable development in Ikuru Town in two broad areas of human capacity building and community intervention projects. We award scholarships and bursaries to students in the at various graduate and graduate and post-graduate institutions.




GEIL is actively involved in transforming the basic infrastructure available in the Foursome Communities. We have constructed 9 model primary school blocks with 3 located in Asuk Ama and the remaining 6 in Asuk Oyet.



Through a competitive selection of Andoni-targeted applicants, 40 students emerged as the first set of recipients of the ‘Green Energy Leaders of Tomorrow’ scholarship award scheme. Awards were presented by GEIL Chairman, Prof. Anthony Adegbulugbe