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170 kWp – Bomarts Farms

Why Bomarts Farms goes solar “I am proud that we have succeeded in developing Bomarts into one of the largest fruit drying operations in West Africa, adhering to globally recognized certification standards. Through our fair trade initiatives, we support the local community and improve the livelihoods of our suppliers and Read more…

Viet Air Filters

297 kWp – Viet Air Filters

Why Viet Air Filters goes solar “Viet Air Filters is a leader in the production of air filters and cleaning equipment for industrial and commercial customers. In this way, we support the steady growth of the Vietnamese manufacturing industry with products and services of the highest quality that help to Read more…

Thai Duong Rubber

662 kWp – Thai Duong Rubber

Why Thai Duong Rubber goes solar “Thai Duong Rubber supports other industries with its products and thus contributes to maintaining high quality standards. Numerous customers in Vietnam and abroad rely on this fact. To ensure that we can continue to produce sustainably and at a high level of quality in Read more…

393 kWp – Thien Nam Elevator

Why Thien Nam Elevator goes solar “Thien Nam Elevator is a leading and rapidly growing company in elevator production, which stands for high quality and the best after-sales service in the industry. We have an established quality management system and are strongly committed to our employees and our social environment. Read more…

23 kWp – Eden Tree

Why Eden Tree goes solar “At Eden Tree we see good nutrition as the key to a successful, emerging economy. We see our role at encouraging a healthier Ghana and proudly provide fresh products that promote healthy eating habits. Integrating innovation and environmental protection into our business has always been Read more…

100 kWp – Credible Blooms

Why Credible Blooms goes solar “We have built up our expertise in flower breeding and an understanding of modern technology over decades. This enabled us to open two Credible Blooms farms in the Great Rift Valley in Kenya. But it was the good relations with our neighbours and partners that Read more…

150 kWp – Simbi Roses

Why Simbi Roses goes solar “The high price of electricity in Kenya affects our company as it increases production costs but does not increase the yield of our products. This is a major challenge. We have been thinking about using solar energy for four years now, as I was already Read more…