Togo’s Mines and Energy Ministry developed a strategy by which was launched officially 27th June this year when they held a forum with their President Faure Gnassingbe and African Development Bank (AFDB)’s Vice-president Amadou Hott where the bank pledged a scheme of $35m.
Other firms such as EDF and Energie conceptualized their financial and technical challenges through gathering an estimated capital of Lome. The deal is weighed upon reaching over 3 million Togolese who have no electricity access exclusive from expensive diesel generators.
Through the procurement of public-private partnerships, the 60 mini-solar plants will be provided by the off-grid components. The UK firm BBOXX together with Greenlight Planet, a Chicago-based Solar Power company is in underway plans to sell their solar kits to Rural households. 300,000 single household systems will be provided by the Greenlight Planet as it was granted a license for supply.
In this case, Greenlight will be offering a plan to make weekly payments over eight months to a local agent, after which they will own a product.
As a development head for Africa at Greenlight planet, Patrick Muriuki said that despite its small market, Togo is moving at its fast pace in electrification scheme, unlike many other nations that are very slow in renewable energy investment infrastructures.
This is why its government is most likely to link more than 800,000 households in the grid framework. The creation of modernized transmission lines together with an extension of distributed networks is a channeled plan. In the next 12 years, the program will have enrolled in three phases. The government will raise $320m in the first phase, raising half of it from private sectors. It’s a great milestone for Africa to electrify her nations.#Rewordit