With the ImpactSite, Africa GreenTec has developed a holistic systems solution that makes it possible to supply entire village communities in rural regions with electricity and sustainable technologies. We’ve taken electricity to the next level by developing an intelligent system that can withstand the harsh conditions of off-grid regions in Africa – outperforming even modern European standards.
Products such as our powerful Solartainer® are driven by solar energy – the most logical and clean energy source of Africa. An intelligent network distributes the electricity via a pre-paid tiered pricing system and enables data analysis as well as remote maintenance.
Africa GreenTec’s ImpactSites in Mali and Niger demonstrate how this technology empowers people to make their own path toward a sustainable and self-determined future by taking advantage of new job opportunities and income streams. Effective cold chains and water treatment enable better handling of the consequences of climate change, while new prospects serve to counteract migration. Close cooperation with local employees and partners is a key factor for our success.
Africa GreenTec is a mini-grid developer and operator that also finances and owns the mini-grid assets in Africa. We operate the ImpactSites under a utility business model. This means that we sell electricity, cool storage, water, and other services to the customers in the ImpactSite locations.
Africa GreenTec’s Solartainer for Easy-Access Energy and Water Purification in Rural Areas
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