“To be the social enterprise driving sustainable progress in developing countries through innovative energy solutions, empowering communities, towards a future with minimal impact on the environment.”
As a catalyst for change, our mission is to empower communities and organizations to embrace sustainable practices and be responsible stewards of the environment. We are dedicated to driving progress through innovative solutions, strategic collaborations, and effective legislation, creating a more sustainable and promising future for all.”
We provide innovative solutions for sustainable development, leveraging emerging technologies and trends to help our clients stay ahead of the curve in environmental and sustainability practices.
This approach enables us to demonstrate our commitment to sustainability and environmental responsibility, while ensuring that our clients can trust in our expertise and values.
Founded in 2012 with a vision to add value to society through responsible business initiatives, SAMA^Verte (formerly "HIMA^Verte") is a social enterprise. Our work aligns with UN SDGs, with focus on clean energy, climate change and biodiversity. Themes of social equity and gender are integrated in all our initiatives. In 2022, SAMA^Verte spun off from its parent company HIMA^Verte to become a private limited company, adapting to a more robust organizational structure focusing on consulting for the environment as well as renewable energy. HIMA^Verte continues to operate as a manufacturer and supplier of recycled handmade paper products.
-Commenced design and installation of various mid-sized solar projects
-Appointed EfergyⓇ representative in Pakistan
-GHG emissions inventory for corporates
- UNDP - Pakistan Climate change program evaluation
-UNIDO –Energy Efficiency Training
-CLASP - Support for energy efficient appliances, Punjab
-KfW - Renewables through microfinance
-Consulting for environment picks us
-SE4ALL Pakistan contribution
-kickstart cooperative support with NEECA and PEECA
-SAMA^Verte and CLASP continued to work on standards & labels ( 2017-2018)"
-IGC – Air pollution research
-US solar investor – market research
-Pilio UK – Greening cotton supply chain
-clasp’s standards and MEPS expands to cover further appliances in Pakistan
-Cooperation with NEECA and PEECA consolidates (2021-2022)
-Pilio UK – Natural coloured cotton launched
-IIEC – Building energy efficiency funded by World Bank
-Ministry of Climate Change – Pakistan Cooling Action Plan with support from CLASP
-EC9-USAID Agro solar farm project
-Better Cotton –Biodiversity knowledge partner in collaboration with Pilio UK
-PEECA -efficient appliances’ procurement support