According to the Bank’s website, IFC aims to support up to US$165 million in financing to facilitate the deployment of modular solar power and battery storage systems for Release Utilities Africa Holding B.V. This business model targets public utilities in International Development Association (“IDA”)/ Fragile and Conflict-Affected Situations (“FCS”) countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, with an initial rollout planned for West and Central Africa. The Company intends to replicate this rapid deployment model to address shortfalls in local grid power supplies throughout the region.
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Release Africa Utilities Holding
Hans Olav Kvalvaag
CEO - Release
Level 5, 1077 XXAmsterdam, Netherlands
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