Bboxx and EDF have more than 50,000 customers in Togo

Wednesday, 08 December 2021 16:12
Bboxx and EDF have more than 50,000 customers in Togo

(Togo First) - Bboxx, a British solar energy startup, has 50,000 customers in Togo. The firm owes this performance to the government’s efforts to democratize access to reliable, clean, and affordable electricity in the country. 

Bboxx and EDF are involved in the government’s CIZO scheme to boost access to power in Togo. As part of the program, the British startup provides solar panels to households and SMEs, as well as solar-powered pumps to farmers. So far, it has impacted more than 200,000 Togolese people. 

Now, “the ambitions of Bboxx EDF Togo for the next two years include distributing 50,000 more domestic solar panels and 5,000 solar-powered water pumps.” 

To this end, the firm plans to collaborate with the government to boost agricultural production, via a partnership with the ministry of agriculture.

Under the CIZO, Bboxx plans to soon deliver smartphones to Togolese citizens on a pay-as-you-go model. It has already signed an agreement with the government in this framework. 

Esaïe Edoh 

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