BBOXX aims to expand its PAYG business model by introducing a clean cooking solution which uses bottled liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) and small gas burners for domestic clean cooking to Countries in Congo, Kenya and Rwanda. BBOXX provides funding, technology, and strategic advisory to the Projects while its actual commercial operations are carried out by three DESCOs (or “Project Enterprises” or “PEs”) namely: (i) BBOXX Capital Kenya Ltd.; (ii) BBOXX Capital Rwanda Ltd.; and (iii) BBOXX Capital DRC Sarl.
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