Our model is scalable and sustainable:
Small fees from the beneficiaries that are paid over the long-term will fund operating and maintenance activities and be subsequently reinvested in new projects. We will also train engineering staff to maintain these projects to help with knowledge transfer and promote sustainability.
Our program will teach beneficiaries about the advantages to becoming energy efficient as well as give them the tools to switch from the unreliable national grid to solar-powered electricity as a broader solution for their operations, hence creating a scalable development opportunity for local Ghanaians. In the long-term, the program will build 4.1 MW of renewable energy generation capacity, directly affecting 69,705 lives and indirectly affecting 4% (approximately 1.1 million) of the Ghanaian population.