to-the-point: Ghanaian mineral water producer Special Ice to go solar

Alexander Harpe, chief sales officer of REDAVIA, and Ernest Sarpong, CEO of Special Ice, signing the contract (PRNewsfoto/Redavia GmbH)

December 11 (Renewables Now) - Ghanaian natural mineral water producer Special Ice Company Ltd has contracted solar installer Redavia to equip a factory in Ghana with nine solar arrays totalling 756 kW.

More specifically, Redavia will install solar power systems at the Special Ice factory in the Oyarifa district in Accra.

Redavia offers a pay-as-you-go solution that consists of a pre-configured unit featuring solar modules and electrical components. Combined, the nine solar units for Special Ice will represent Redavia’s largest solar farm in Ghana to date, according to the announcement.

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