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Our areas of focus:

Reducing Carbon Emissions

We use our technologies to address the increased power consumption of our high-performing equipment and to minimize our carbon footprint. We hold ourselves to high standards for greener operations and constantly look for opportunities to reduce carbon emissions. We are also carrying out green partner programs in which we work with our suppliers to reduce power consumption and emissions and build a greener ecosystem.

Promoting Renewable Energy

Countries, regions, and organizations are increasingly concerned about accessing and using renewable energy. We hope that we can play an active role in the transition from fossil fuels to clean and renewable energy.

Contributing to a Circular Economy

To use less raw materials and make the most of resources, we are taking steps from the very beginning – the design stage. These include using more eco-friendly materials, reducing the raw materials needed, making products more durable and easier to disassemble, and improving the product recycling system. Huawei maximizes material utilization and minimizes resource consumption throughout the lifecycle of its products. This is how we promote the circular economy.

CP Solar Resources Limited is Kenya’s leading provider of customized solar power solutions.

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  • It is a government incentive of investment deduction.
  • It has recently been changed to 50%. This also varies depending on the sector of the economy a company is listed under.

SUNREF (Sustainable Use of Natural Resources and Energy Finance) is an initiative that was developed by Agence Française de Développement (AFD) to support financial institutions and their clients in order to boost financing for projects for sustainable natural resources management, with a focus on clean energy.

The French Development is a public financial institution that implements the policy defined by the French Government.

It works to fight poverty and promote sustainable development. This public institution is active in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, Latin America, the Caribbean and the French overseas territories, where it finances and supports projects that improve living conditions for populations, promote economic growth and protect the planet.

  •  Manufacturers
  • Tea/Coffee/Flower Farms
  • Lodges & Hotels
  • Hospitals
  • Quarries
  • Rental Developments
  • Institutions
  • Home Solutions
  • On average, a payback period of between 4 to 6 years.
  • “Free solar power” for the life of the solar system (at least 25 years).
  • Over the last few years, the price of solar systems has reduced while KPLC rates have increased.

High power consumers, such as:

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