According to the Bank’s website, the objective of the project is to support Alina Eneji in the process of expanding a decentralized, solar-powered grid network that will provide electricity service to 8,000 more households in rural Haiti by 2023.
Alina Enèji is a Haitian project developer. Their focus has been on providing clean, reliable and affordable electricity to last-mile areas of Haiti, and their ambition is to scale energy access across the nation with the combined support of local communities and institutional stakeholders.
Alina Enèji provides energy as a service to rural communities in Haiti using a Mesh Grid that consist of a decentralized network, solar power for generation, and battery storage for back-up. In 2023, Alina Enèji plans to scale an existing decentralized mesh grid supplying 1,000 households to 7,400 more households in the Artibonite and North regions of Haiti.
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