EDF and BBOXX to provide solar solutions for agriculture operations in Togo

Based on the encouraging results obtained since the deployment of the CIZO program – an initiative aimed at facilitating access to electricity for 2 million Togolese people by 2022 – Jean-Bernard Lévy (photo ), owner of EDF (Electricité de France), which owns 50% of the capital of BBOXX in Togo, announces new products, soon.

The manager, who says he is proud to offer Off-Grid solutions for the electrification of rural areas in Togo, particularly households, says: ” We will develop self-consumption for buildings and Off-Grid solar kits for the irrigation of rural areas. farmers ‘ land . The offer of these energy solutions will complement the solar solutions designed for households.

Received on Wednesday, November 27, by the Togolese head of state, Faure Essozimna Gnassingbé, the CEO declares in this sense: ” EDF which covers many other areas of digital, technology, renewable energy, will meet a number of needs in Togo .

As a reminder, the statistics as of September 2019 showed more than 100,000 households receiving individual solar kits marketed by BBOXX.


Source: Agence Ecofin



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