Specialist in affordable pay-as-you-go solar technology, Azuri Technologies, has unveiled its new 32-inch solar satellite TV system specially designed and customised for off-grid customers in Africa. The 32” Azuri TV is the latest product release from the company which already has in its product portfolio a 24” solar satellite TV.
Pay-as-you-go solar company Azuri Technologies and the Electrification Financing Initiative (ElectriFI) will have a presence at the UN Climate Change Conference COP24 this week to showcase how innovative financing in the off-grid solar sector is helping millions across Africa access affordable, renewable, clean energy.
Provider of pay-as-you-go solar power, Azuri Technologies, in conjunction with APA Insurance, Kenya’s leading insurer, has announced the launch of HospiCash, a low-cost micro-insurance product for Azuri solar power customers across Kenya.
Cambridge-based Azuri Technologies’ distribution partner, Kazang Solar, has been awarded $1.6million from the Africa Enterprise Challenge Fund (AECF) under its Renewable Energy and Climate Adaptation Technologies (REACT), funded by the UK Department for International Development.
Cambridge tech firm, Azuri Technologies, a provider of pay-as-you-go solar home systems to off-grid consumers, will join Prime Minister, Theresa May and a British business delegation on a trade mission to Africa to strengthen business relations between African countries and the United Kingdom.