Will easy financing boost PV in Kenya?

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Will easy financing boost PV in Kenya?

Postby pseudoruprecht » 02.05.2012, 22:24

Ubbink - Chloride Exide have struck a deal with a local bank to simplify financing for off-grid PV (and wind) systems. More over at PV magazine. Together with the tax reductions mentioned in the article, will this spur installations of such systems? Does anyone know the current situation in Kenya?
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Re: Will easy financing boost PV in Kenya?

Postby wieso » 09.05.2012, 01:59

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Chloride Exide
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I thought and know , that they are famous battery producers ... did not know they are in they PV buissness


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Re: Will easy financing boost PV in Kenya?

Postby pseudoruprecht » 26.05.2012, 13:06

It seems there is indeeed a boost:

The report further says that more Kenyans are adopting more solar power in a year as opposed to making connections to the country’s electricity grid.


The popularity of this alternative source of energy is partly explained by the fact that with solar connections, you avoid the long bureaucracies like the ones associated with applying for connection to the conventional systems.
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http://www.businessdailyafrica.com/Solar+powers+cutting+edge+/-/1248928/1407910/-/item/0/-/irr629z/-/index.html
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