The deal, according to the Colorado-based clean energy service provider, would see the solar company launch 500 solar mini-grids in Nigeria over the next five years and also bridge the energy needs of households and small businesses, especially in rural areas leveraging Nigeria and India as its company’s biggest markets.
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