Market News | Solar Rwanda 2017

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  • Two Rwandan Start-ups in the Running for a Prize of Half a Million Euros

    Posted on :Wednesday , 16th August 2017

     ARED brings sustainable energy and cheap WiFi to the African countryside, offering a clean alternative to diesel generators. Its franchise business model also provides employment opportunities for people living in remote regions.

    Henri Nyakarundi (40), founder of ARED: "It's amazing to be recognized as a green entrepreneur by such a competition in the fie. . .

  • Ignite Launches the Most Affordable Price Plan in Africa for Solar Home Systems

    Posted on :Wednesday , 16th August 2017

     Ignite, headquartered in Rwanda, has been able to change the energy paradigm in a Continent afflicted by energy poverty with over 700 million people without access to power. By virtue of Ignite's large-scale project model and its recently secured local currency debt financing, Ignite is offering a price plan which multiplies the addressable market for Solar Home products.

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  • Home solar products enabling Rwanda’s off-grid plan

    Posted on :Wednesday , 16th August 2017

     Rwandan-based energy company, Ignite Power, is confident to have been able to change the energy paradigm in Africa as it is offering a price plan for home solar products.

    Ignite's chief executive, Yariv Cohen, said: "We [have] completed phase 2 of 'Ignite Rwanda' project. With a network of 1,600 installers, operational efficiencies and economies of scale,. . .

  • Solar-Storage Mini-Grid Makes an Impact at Africa’s Water-Energy-Food Nexus

    Posted on :Wednesday , 16th August 2017

     Water, energy and food – the three are inextricably intertwined and increasingly challenging to access or provide on a basis that’s sustainable economically, environmentally and society-wide. That’s especially the case in isolated, resource-challenged parts of the world most vulnerable to climate change. Young innovative solar and cleantech startups, with support from mu. . .

  • Rwanda gets a solar field!

    Posted on :Wednesday , 9th August 2017

     The Project:

    The solar field at the Agahozo Shalom Youth Village in Rwanda embodies a range of causes: it helps the long-term sustainability of the Village, it is good for the environment, it generates local employment and education and it empowers the country with access to electricity - which in itself results in a myriad of benefits for the Rwandan populati. . .


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