CrossBoundary puts mini-grid into service at Unilever tea factory

CrossBoundary Energy, an investment fund specialising in the financing of off-grid projects for companies, has recently commissioned a 619 kWp solar park. The mini-grid supplies electricity to the tea-leaf processing plant of Unilever Tea Kenya, a subsidiary of Unilever, the Anglo-Dutch food multinational.

The Kericho tea leaf processing plant will now be powered by solar energy. Located in Kisumu County (Rift Valley) in western Kenya, the plant is owned by Unilever Tea Kenya, a subsidiary of Unilever, the Anglo-Dutch multinational food company. The mini-grid that was built within the plant was provided by CrossBoundary Energy, an investment fund specialising in the financing of off-grid projects for companies.

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