Discover how Husk Power Systems, a leader in community minigrids, is driving sustainable change in rural Nigeria. Partnering with the Rural Electrification Agency (REA) and the Nigeria Electrification Project (NEP).
Owner of the largest fleet of community solar minigrids with 150 in operation, Husk was EBITDA positive in its primary markets of Nigeria and India in Q4 2022.
Industry pioneer now averaging 16 new minigrids per month and expects to double fleet to 400 minigrids by end of 2023. Husk is targeting 5,000 minigrids by 2023.
Husk Power invites LDC governments in Sub-Saharan Africa to partner in scaling community solar minigridshttps://huskpowersystems.com/at-the-united-nations-ldc5-private-sector-forum-husk-power-announcesnew-initiative-to-partner-with-governments-in-sub-saharan-africa-torapidly-scale-community-solar-minigrids-and-achieve-sdg7/
Seeking new public-private partnerships, the company is prepared to mobilize significant capital to accelerate universal electrification in LDCs with renewable energy minigrids in both off-grid and weak-grid communities.
Husk Power secures $750,000 in debt from Germany’s DEG to expand solar microgrid business in Nigeria and Indiahttps://huskpowersystems.com/husk-power-secures-750000-in-debt-from-germanys-deg-to-expand-solar-microgrid-business-in-nigeria-and-india/
DEG funding to support construction of 8 new solar microgrids in Nigeria and further expansion of Husk’s operations in India, as the company accelerates access to clean, modern and affordable electricity in rural areas.
Husk Power Unveils New Brand Identity, Positions Company for Unstoppable Growth with Tech-Enabled Rural Energy Platformhttps://huskpowersystems.com/husk-power-unveils-new-brand-identity-positions-company-for-unstoppable-growth-with-tech-enabled-rural-energy-platform/
Husk 2.0 Unveils New Brand Identity, Empowering Sustainable Growth in Asia and Africa with Tech-Enabled Rural Energy Platform.
“Africa Sunshot” initiative launched by Husk Power at the Africa Climate Summit, targeting 2,500 solar minigrids over 5 years to supercharge low-carbon economic growth in rural Sub-Saharan Africa