Monday
October 4
2021

US Developer Lands $1.75 Million Deal for Nigerian Mini-Grids

By Max Hall

U.S.-based solar mini-grid developer Husk Power Systems has signed a deal to develop and operate systems that will offer around 5,000 electric connections across seven rural Nigerian communities.

The former start-up, which also offers biomass-solar systems which process rice farming waste, today announced it had signed a deal with Nigerian public body the Rural Electrification Agency (REA) to install seven solar-plus-storage mini-grids in the communities of Rukubi, Idada, Igbabo, Kiguna, Akura, Gidan Buba, and Sabon Gida

Photo courtesy of European Space Agency.

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

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Energy
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circular economy, electricity, energy access, minigrids, renewable energy, rural development, solar