Togo: Mitsubishi wishes to join the CI-ZO program

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Thursday, 25 July 2019 09:49
Togo: Mitsubishi wishes to join the CI-ZO program

(Togo First) - It’s effective. The Japanese firm Mitsubishi wishes to join the CIZO program in Togo.

On July 23, Yas Doida, Director of Mitsubishi Africa, after meeting with President Gnassingbe, declared: “We wish to contribute, as a Japanese firm, to the CIZO programme launched by the Head of State with a goal of achiving universal power coverage by 2030. We talked about the various off-grid solutions we wish to introduce in the country to ease access to a quality renewable source of energy, both in urban and rural areas.”

The CIZO is a scheme under which cheap solar kits are distributed across the country, its rural areas especially. It aims at profiting more than two million Togolese by 2022.    

Already active on the project are BBOXX, a British firm, and SOLEVA with local firm KYA-ENERGY offering training for the kits’ maintenance. Mitsubishi would thus be the third to join the scheme if talks are conclusive.

Séna Akoda

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