CIZO Project: SOLEVA starts operations as planned

Energy
Monday, 03 June 2019 17:14
CIZO Project: SOLEVA starts operations as planned

(Togo First) - On Saturday, June 1, SOLEVA, second firm active on the CIZO project, started its operations in Vogan, a community situated 67km from Lomé.

The Off-grid specialist should sell at least 300,000 Sun King® (owned by its US partner Greenlight) solar kits across Togo in the next five years.   

According to the Togolese Agency for Rural Electrification and Renewable Energy (AT2ER), 15,000 solar kits have already been installed across the country under the CIZO project. These kits were distributed by British BBOXX which was the first firm accredited to undertake the project.

CIZO is a program aimed at boosting electrification in Togolese rural areas by providing low-cost solar kits to their populations. Through it, the government intends to reach more than three million households which currently lack access to the national grid.

Ayi Renaud Dossavi

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