Kowry Energy designed two 286 kWp PV solar energy systems for a plastic recycling plant and a food processing plant in Abuja, replacing 50% and almost 100%, respectively, of demand mainly from diesel generators. The rooftop-mounted solar systems collectively reduce CO2 emissions by 208,521kg per annum.
Kowry Energy designed a 10 kWp PV decentralised solar energy system with battery storage to provide access to green and affordable electricity to two public buildings and seven micro-enterprises within the community of Bani in Southern Senegal.
In Djine, an agriculture hub in the cotton belt of Mali, Kowry Energy designed a 69 kWp PV hybrid energy system with battery storage and a backup generator for Access Energie. The project will provide electricity to 3,000 residents, 50 businesses and public buildings.
Kowry Energy partners with OnePower, a leading renewable energy provider in Sub-Saharan Africa. As OnePower expands into West Africa, Kowry supports the acquisition of 54 mini-grids worth US$35 million.