October 17, 2019

meeco develops clean energy products for tourism sector in Africa

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Project development and financing model sun2share introduced in Botswana The tourism sector is one of the largest industries worldwide and at the same time one of the fastest growing. In 2017, the travel and tourism industry accounted for 10.4% of the global GDP. Especially, in developing nations in Africa this sector is a major economic driver. […]

meeco further strengthens its management team

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New CEO and CIO to support company’s realignment As international clean energy provider, The meeco Group is actively working to spread renewable energy across five continents. Through the large network of regional offices and strategic partners worldwide, meeco is able to provide customised and first-class renewable energy solutions adapted to the respective local needs and […]

meeco solar powered electric bikes

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meeco deploys solar powered electric bikes for Safari camps in Kenya New clean energy solution sun2move developed to foster green mobility The Swiss-headquartered clean energy provider The meeco Group is currently developing intelligent trybrid solar mini-grids for several Safari Camps in Kenya. As African remote hotels and lodges often depend on cost-extensive diesel generators, solar […]

meeco provides expertise and advise at Renewable Energy Conference in Armenia

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Experts and stakeholders evaluate prospects and key trends of Armenian clean energy sector The Armenian energy sector is about to change towards a strengthening of renewable energy resources away from today’s dependence on imported fossil fuels. The Armenian government has adopted several laws facilitating the development of clean energy projects and established the non-governmental Renewable […]

meeco installed biggest solar energy plant in Zimbabwe

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Swiss-based solar supplier provides 216 kWp sun2live energy generating system as an off-grid solution to a Zimbabwean company. Many companies in Africa are struggling with electricity scarcity, power cuts and the reliance on diesel generators. The current installation of the so far largest solar energy plant in Zimbabwe with a total capacity of 216 kWp […]