While funding is becoming more available, solar entrepreneurs are finding it difficult to access and are also having a hard time finding skilled workers.
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For some solar startups, instead of increasing prices, they have had to absorb the extra charges from the Nigerian customs.
It is not as expensive as it used to be and customers can take advantage of the flexible payment options or acquire one.
Oolu Solar has entered into Nigeria to connect the 20 million households in Nigeria without power with access to basic electricity.
Innovative financing approaches like securitization allow off-grid energy startups to use their future cash flows to quickly reach more Africans with solar home systems.