African Changemaker

Olugbenga Olubanjo

Olugbenga Olubanjo is a Nigerian entrepreneur and the founder and CEO of Reeddi, a renewable energy startup. He is known for his work in the clean energy sector, and his efforts to address the energy challenges many African countries face.

Olugbenga co-founded Reeddi Technologies, which provides affordable and sustainable solar energy solutions to rural and underserved communities in Nigeria and other African countries. The company aims to address the energy poverty prevalent in these areas by deploying solar systems that are easy to use, affordable, and environmentally friendly.

Under Olugbenga’s leadership, Reeddi Technologies has gained recognition for its innovative approach to renewable energy and its impact on rural communities.
The company has developed a range of solar-powered products, including solar home systems, lanterns, and mobile charging solutions, to meet the energy needs of households, small businesses, and schools.

Olubanjo is passionate about leveraging technology and entrepreneurship to drive social and economic development in Africa.
He believes that sustainable energy solutions can play a significant role in improving livelihoods, education, and healthcare in underserved communities. Olugbenga’s dedication to clean energy and entrepreneurship has earned him recognition and accolades.


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