Rensource Energy, one of the leading Nigerian distributed energy services companies, has secured $15 million in funding from Afrigreen Debt Impact Fund SLP
The investment is set to fuel Rensource’s expansion plans and strengthen its position as a key player in the country’s solar energy market
The agreement also marks a major milestone in Nigeria’s transition towards sustainable and reliable energy sources. Rensource, known for its innovative approach to energy provision, has been at the forefront of Nigeria’s renewable energy sector. The company specializes in building and operating solar-powered micro-utilities and providing clean, affordable, and reliable electricity to underserved commercial and industrial customers.
The recent deal with Afrigreen Debt Impact Fund SLP signifies a significant boost for Rensource, as it will provide the necessary capital to fund the company’s expansion plans.
The $15 million investment will be utilized to scale up Rensource’s operations, improve its technological infrastructure, and strengthen its market presence across Nigeria. Afrigreen Debt Impact Fund SLP is a specialized investment vehicle focused on clean energy and sustainable development in Africa. The fund’s decision to partner with Rensource highlights the growing investor interest in the renewable energy sector in Africa.
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“We are delighted to partner with ISA to support the development of solar energy in Africa,” said Alain Ebobissé, CEO of Africa50. “This partnership will help to accelerate the deployment of solar energy in Africa and improve the lives of millions of Africans,” he added.
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