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The two Dubai-based companies are teaming up to deploy Enerwhere’s fleet of mobile solar power systems, which can provide power to construction sites, industrial locations and worker accommodation facilities around the Middle East on a rental or PPA basis.
SNV Netherlands Development Organisation is partnering with other international development agencies, banks and private-sector companies on a new initiative aimed at bringing much needed solar solutions to people without access to electricity.
U.K.-based Azuri Technologies is expanding its offering into Tanzania through a partnership with mobile telephony provider Tigo and retailer Lotus Africa. The trio hopes to supply 100,000 rural households with pay-as-you-go solar in Tanzania within two years.
Collaboration with U.K. to bring off-grid solar to hundreds and schools and hospitals in Lagos region.
Commitments by the IFC, USAID, OPIC, Sunfunder, SNV and Off Grid Electric are expected to put Tanzania at the forefront of the U.S. Power Africa program.
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