World’s first, solar-hydrogen powered mini-grids in Uganda

The Belgian renewable energy company Tiger Power signs an agreement with the Ugandan government to power 3000 rural households and businesses in Kyenjojo. Currently, three communities lack access to electricity. By mid-2019 this will change. Tiger Power is building a solar power plant in each village backed up by on-site hydrogen production and storage. The technology keeps a black-out from happening and supplies electricity to the community, pollution- and fuel free.

The development of these 3 mini-grids accelerates Tiger Power’s mission to build 200 mini-grids across the East African region. This world first project is supported by the Belgian government agency Finexpo.

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