World Bank approves $22.5 million funding for offgrid solutions in Central and West Africa

The World Bank has approved funding of $22.5 million towards the Regional Off-Grid Electricity Access Project. This is being given out in the form of grants from the International Development Association (a subsidiary of the World Bank) and the Clean Technology Funds. The financing is aimed at supporting the development of off-grid renewable systems in Western and Central Africa and increasing access to electricity across 19 countries in the region. Solar systems ranging from 20 kWp to 350 kWp, as well as other tailor-made solutions, will be provided in each of the countries.

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