Despite infrastructure hurdles, companies in Africa are taking the innovation route to reduce losses in the food value chain. Cold chain facilities play a prominent role in these efforts.
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.
The Kenyan pay-per-use solar power system, M-KOPA, has announced it now powers 200,000 homes across East Africa. In a release obtained by TechCabal, M-KOPA says it has doubled the number of homes connected to its solar home systems in the past eight months Jesse Moore, Managing Director and Co-Founder, M-KOPA Solar, says, “It took us […]
The second Solar & Off-Grid Renewables Africa conference and exhibition of the solar energy news publishers, PVTech will kick off tomorrow in Accra.
Fenix International, a renewable energy company, has raised $12.6 million for its ReadyPay Solar project in a Series-B funding.