LOME, 19 December 2020 – Togolese manufacturers and suppliers of electro-solar devices and generators, KYA Energy Group, has said it plans to open factories in other African countries.
Earlier this month, the group announced that it had delivered six mini hybrid (solar diesel) generators to Mali.
The buyers in Mali were Malian authorities and officials of the West African Common Currency Authority, WAEMU.
The equipment will serve customers in six communities: Foh, Oure-Keleya, Niaradougou, Tigui, Kondogola, and Nampasso in the Sikasso and Segou regions of Mali.
The Togo-based group has also won contracts to extend one kilometer of low-voltage electrical networks for each of the six localities.
KYA Energy Group says it will conduct studies, commission, supply and set-up eight mini PV power plants, eight hybrid and solar light poles.
Created in 2015, KYA Engery Group specializes in renewable energies (solar energy in particular) and energy efficiency. It aims at tackling electrification issues within West Africa and beyond, by using affordable and innovative solar energy systems, according to its corporate brochure.