ecoligo GmbH and SMA Sunbelt Energy GmbH have formed a new partnership in Ghana to develop solar projects using SMA inverters and other high-quality equipment procured by SMA Sunbelt. The cooperation will ensure the durability and reliability of ecoligo’s solar projects. The move is also a signal of quality to the crowd investors who finance ecoligo’s projects on the platform ecoligo.investments.
The first project to be included in the partnership is a set of solar power systems for Stanbic Bank’s Dansoman, Kasoa and Tema branches in Accra and Tema, with a combined capacity of 40 kWp. The project, which is part of the dena Renewable Energy Solutions Program, was installed in June. ecoligo’s fully financed leasing solution will aid the bank to move towards more sustainable operations.
“Working with an esteemed partner who has experience in delivering components for solar projects in Ghana is a great step for ecoligo. We can trust that the components are reliable and long-lasting, which is not only important for our clients but also gives extra assurance to the crowd investors, as a high-quality installation is even more likely to produce the desired financial returns.” - Martin Baart, CEO of ecoligo
“The finance gap is a bottleneck that we frequently see preventing solar projects from being implemented. ecoligo’s solution is a smart way to address this and we are happy to collaborate with a partner in Ghana that is dedicated to solving such problems. We look forward to implementing the first projects together this year,” said Guluma Megersa, Business Development Manager of SMA Sunbelt.