Monday
November 8
2021

Bboxx Launches in Nigeria To Deliver Clean Energy and Sustainable Development to 20 Million People

Bboxx will provide a much-needed solution to Nigeria’s electrification challenges by expanding access to clean, affordable and reliable Solar Home Systems (SHS). By launching in Nigeria, Bboxx aims to provide clean energy to 20 million people over 10 years, avoiding more than four million CO2e emissions as a result. Ten thousand jobs will be created, spurring quality local green employment opportunities.

Operations have already successfully commenced in southwest Nigeria, with the first shop opening in Ijebu Ode, Ogun State. Over the course of the year, Bboxx will serve rural communities in other states including rural Lagos, Oyo, Ondo, Osun and Ekiti.

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Source: PV Magazine (link opens in a new window)

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