REDAVIA, a global market leader of cost-effective, reliable and clean solar power for businesses, has signed COVID-19 Resilience Leases with Emigoh Ghana Ltd. and Methodist University College Ghana, offering these institutions six months of free solar power to withstand the COVID-19 crisis.
The management at Methodist University College Ghana had been searching for an alternative energy solution for some time now, but other providers were unable to meet their requirements. Methodist University College Ghana President, Akwasi Asabere-Ameyaw, was thrilled when REDAVIA offered his institution the opportunity to reduce carbon emissions while also making savings that can be reinvested into the university.
Emigoh Ghana Ltd. states that its philosophy and fundamental purpose is to make the future better and worth living by building a first-class organisation that caters to Ghanaian people, customers, and the world through quality health and nutrition.
Stephen Eku, CEO of Emigoh said: “After working for years to create a premium sustainable food supply chain, I am delighted to partner with a company like REDAVIA that will allow us to also reduce our carbon footprint in a cost-efficient way”.
COVID-19 has disrupted African businesses significantly. In this challenging time, REDAVIA enables sound businesses to reduce their operating costs with a free solar plant leasing service. REDAVIA has introduced the COVID-19 Resilience Lease, which provides solar power plants to business customers for six months completely free.
Erwin Spolders, CEO & founder of REDAVIA said: “We are glad to be able to make a difference for our business partners in this time of need, and start win-win relationships that will last for decades. The COVID Resilience Lease programme is already a huge success, and we are keen to scale it up further. We invite more companies to apply”.