ecoligo to take over Namene Solar commercial and industrial project business in Ghana.

After a years-long partnership, ecoligo, the German climate solution leader will take over Namene Solar’s project business in West Africa. Accra, Ghana, 1st September 2021 The German company ecoligo, provider of a solar-as-a-service solution for companies in emerging countries, will add the commercial and industrial solar projects of Namene Solar West Africa, based in Ghana,…

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ecoligo continues to drive the energy transition in June

Solar system for Dong Nam Viet Packaging

Another month of 2021 has come to an end and once again crowdinvestors have sent a strong signal for climate protection: In June alone, investors financed four new solar plants via the crowdinvesting platform. All four plants are located in Vietnam and will further promote the switch to clean solar energy in the Southeast Asian…

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May update: Again more solar plants financed and commissioned

Solar system being installed at fairafric

These solar plants were fully financed in May: Fresha Dairies I    Financing completed after 4 days on May 6th   Crowdinvestors: 254   Funding volume: 295.000€   Annual CO2 savings: 362 tonnes   Status:  Start of construction pending   Fresha Dairies II  Financing completed after 6 days on May 22nd  Crowdinvestors: 209   Funding volume: 236.000€   Annual CO2 savings: 290 tonnes  …

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April: One solar plant financed, two more connected to the grid

Solar plant at Bomarts Farms

In April, the global positive impact of ecoligo.investments’ committed crowdinvestors once again became clear. While a new solar plant for a Vietnamese company was fully financed last month, two additional crowd-funded solar plants were commissioned in Costa Rica and Ghana. From now on, these will make an important contribution to saving CO2 emissions on site.…

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How ecoligo calculates the CO2 savings of projects

Installation of solar panels at Kim Duc

At ecoligo, we’re proud of the fact that by investing into our solar projects, crowdinvestors can save tonnes of CO2 emissions. But how do we know how much? We explain our methodology below. For grid-connected solar projects, we take into account various factors: the saved grid electricity1 and grid emission factor (GEF)2 of the respective…

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Crowdinvestors finance five solar plants in March

Solar customer Royal Group Industries

Last month, our crowdinvestors once again showed that they can work together to realise large projects and thus actively contribute to climate protection. Five solar plants that enable companies in Thailand, Vietnam and Kenya to switch to clean and low-cost solar power were fully financed by the investors. Together, the plants have a capacity of…

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