Greenlight Planet, the global player in solar home energy products has completed a shipment of an order of 50,000 Sun King™ Home Systems for Ignite Rwanda project.
Ignite’s Rwanda project is part of the universal access and Rural Electrification National Plan 2024. The Sun King™ Systems will be connected by Ignite to provide safe and clean power to an additional 250,000 Rwandans through the execution of this order.
They will enjoy the most affordable pricing plan available for solar products in Africa.
Sun King™ Home Systems come equipped with best in class technology, which together with Ignite’s professional and high-quality services will meet the energy needs of rural Rwandans.
These Lighting Global certified solar home systems are designed to provide high-spec lighting with a mobile-charging facility. Additionally, the products feature EasyBuy™, Greenlight Planet’s proprietary pay-as-you-go technology. EasyBuy™ empowers families to pay to Ignite for products in small installments over time, allowing them to purchase solutions in line with their income streams.
Mr. Dhaval Radia, Vice President, Greenlight Planet says, “Ignite Power is a key strategic partner for Greenlight Planet, with a shared mission to drive rural electrification in Rwanda. We are committed to deliver superior quality, reliable solar products at affordable prices. Over a short span of 2 years, Greenlight Planet and Ignite Power Rwanda have jointly managed to create substantial social impact with the Sun King™ Solar Home Systems providing safe power to an estimated 700,000 people in Rwanda.”
Our strategic partner, Ignite Power is the fastest growing rural utility in Africa. The Company built a far reaching distribution and financing platform for solar solutions to clients across the continent, connecting beneficiaries to safe, affordable, renewable power. With Ignite Power’s rapid growth and distribution strength, Rwanda has become Greenlight Planet’s major and fastest growing market, and the company looks forward to fulfilling even higher orders in the coming months.