FMO proposes to invest up to EUR 5m (consisting of EUR 2.5m, with an option for a EUR 500k top-up) through a convertible note and EUR 2.5m mezzanine. FMO investee Energy Access Ventures Fund, has invested EUR 4.5m in the Company's previous round through EUR 1.5m in equity and EUR 3m in Mezzanine.
SolarX provides clean, affordable power in Mali, Burkina Faso and Senegal (least developed countries and highly vulnerable to climate change), thereby positively affecting access to electricity, reducing the cost of electricity, displacing polluting diesel-powered electricity generation and thereby reducing CO2 emissions and creating local employment.
The category assigned to this project by the FMO is B+.
SolarX is a Commercial and Industrial solar rooftop business active in Mali, Burkina Faso and Senegal. SolarX offer affordable, clean and reliable power assets with attractive economics to its customers that rely on high cost gensets and/or an unreliable (and expensive) grid. SolarX specializes in the development, construction and operation of grid-connected, stand alone and hybrid solar PV installations in Mali, Burkina Faso and Senegal.
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No project contacts available at the time of disclosure.
Client - SolarX:
Mali: Bamako, Niaréla : Rue 413, Porte 43
Burkina Faso: Secteur N° 19, Somgandé, lot 08, parcelle 15, section W, Commune de Ouagadougou, Province Du Kadiogo
Mali: +223 90 72 00 00
Burkina Faso:+226 76 93 45 12
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