Under the agreement, the IFC’s advisory services team will support Sodigaz to upgrade and expand its liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) distribution and service stations, increase solar home kit sales and introduce solar minigrid solutions.
Under the agreement, IFC’s Advisory Services team will support Sodigaz to upgrade and expand its liquified petroleum gas (LPG) distribution and service stations, increase solar home kit sales, and introduce solar mini grid solutions.
The financing granted by the African Development Bank (AfDB) is intended to accelerate access to electricity in Burkina Faso through two government-led projects.
British utility Bboxx and the French cotton company Geocoton Advens have formed a joint venture to develop off-grid solar schemes in Burkina Faso.
The funds will be used to implement the country’s Large Scale Solar and Rural Electrification Project. They will also support the government in outlining an upcoming tender for 325 MW of solar coupled with 335 MWh of storage capacity.
The World Bank approved financing to help increase access to electricity in rural areas in Burkina Faso, and support the country transition to clean energy.
This agricultural method aims to bring water to the foot of the plant, which is usually drip-fed, through a surface or underground distribution network, avoiding evaporation as much as possible.
The Burkinabe supplier of solar motor pumps hopes to contribute to the development of irrigated agriculture in this Sahelian country.
The European Investment Bank today confirmed EUR 38.5 million of new financial and technical support to transform renewable power generation in Burkina Faso and better protect its capital city from future flooding.