According to bank provided information, the objective of the investment is to allow the company to continue its expansion of its Pay-As-You-Go Business in sub-Saharan Africa. The proceeds of the funds will primarily be used to fund the acquisition of inventory and the general scale-up of the business.
Greenlight Planet, Inc. (active under the brand name SunKing) is one of the leading providers of Off-Grid solar lanterns and home systems in Sub-Saharan Africa, and in addition has a global footprint in direct sales through various partners. The companya€™s business model in SSA consists of the design, manufacture, distribution, and financing of various solar-powered energy solutions, through a Pay-As-You-Go offering. Customers pay off their system and associated devices through pay plans that vary in length.
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