As stated on the project disclosure page, the FMO is providing an equity investment to Okra Solar which is seeking to scale up its Mesh grid technology across emerging markets (mainly Nigeria and Haiti) over the coming years.
This investment is enabling electrification of underserved communities with solar and battery power.
As stated by the FMO, Okra Solar is a company providing a solution to electrify off-grid households via a mesh-grid solution.
The company is active worldwide, with a focus on poor communities in developing countries.
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Client - Okra Solar Pty Ltd:
Australia: Sydney, New South Wales 2020, AU
Cambodia: #15A Street 430, Phnom Penh, Phnom Penh 12307, KH
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