Energy firm in Pakistan secures $600k for off-grid solar

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By the end of 2018, about 10,000 poor homes of Pakistan will have access to the solar power.

To scale up the operations and extend distribution of smart solar home systems across the country EcoEnergy has secured a $600,000 (£427,364) investment.

It will purchase BBOXX’s Pulse programming, a cloud-based stage that empowers distributed business to enhance productivity, customers and employs who are spread out across over remote locations.

In Pakistan, 40 million people have no access to the grid station.

Ecoenergy done a deal with Social investment manager and advisor (SIMA) for the investment, supported by the Dutch and Belgian government development banks, AXA, MetLife, USAID and pension fund of the Episcopalian and Lutheran churches.


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