UK-based solar firm BBOXX
, a solar systems firm for the mass market on a monthly payment plan in 35 countries and 30 local shops in Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda has announced it has installed exactly 1,064,430 watts of solar panels since it started operations.
With competition from M-Kopa Solar
, BBOXX says it offers a wide range of products from small solar home systems through shops in Rwanda, Uganda and Kenya to much larger systems which are big enough to power a business, health clinic, or institution creating more productive hours to work and study as well as the potential for new small energy-based businesses such as mobile phone charging businesses or solar-powered barbershops.
BBOXX has produced more than 41,000 ready-to-use solar systems, impacted 205,000 people by clean and renewable solar energy and created 49,524 productive hours for working and studying and has also saved users 1,188,570 USD in energy-related expenses.