According to bank provided information, the objective of the investment is to allow the company to continue its expansion both inside and outside Sierra Leone.
Easy Solar provides clean and green first time energy access to households in areas with unreliable or non-existent grid connection.
Azimuth Group Corp. (active under the brand name Easy Solar) is the leading provider of off-grid energy in Sierra Leone, and is currently expanding to Liberia. The company focuses on last mile distribution of smaller sized SHS’s and lanterns on a pay-as-you-go (PAYGO) basis. Customers pay off their system and associated devices through pay plans that vary in length. Easy Solar has established a robust distribution network and cash collection system in Sierra Leone.
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