SOLAR INDUSTRY IN FIGURES

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spent annually in cost no Opportunity to meet basic household need.

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one is every five household in East Africa has access to Electricity. 80% of the population lack

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Kenya to spend $2.1 billion between 2016 – 2021 to install 450 solar mini grids.

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The Account of Investment made in Solar Power in East Africa since 2015. This has connected about 360,000 household to Solar.

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

In Africa today, $ 37.0 billion Dollars is spent annually on the Continent in Cash not Opportunity to meet basic household energy needs.

This is because close to 600 million people do not have access to Electricity, that subsequently accounts to half of Global Electricity gap. In 2012 International Energy Agency Report suggested most of the population without electricity that a will need to serve through Mini grids as the cost of Full great extension is simply too great based on the Funding Available.

In East Africa about 80% of the Population does not have Access to Electricity. As Governments in the region rolls out Plans and projects to achieve universal electrification, Solar Power has become increasingly popular. This is exciting News for Solar Mini – grids Decentralized energy service companies (DESCOs) now afoot in East a Africa to tap a Multibillion Emerging Solar Industry.

By the end of 2015 $ 140 Million dollars had been invested in East Africa’s Solar Sector, subsequently, more than 360, 000 household have been provided with electricity through Solar. The Solar Energy Industry has reduced Carbon Emissions by over an estimated 500,000 metric tons in Just three Years.

In Kenya the government plans to spend $ 2.1 billion on electrification in off grid areas focusing on renewable energy particularly solar where the rural electrification Authority aims to install 450 Min – grids powered by Solar.

Kenya has a large scale market driven penetration for PV systems. It is estimated that 25,000 – 30,000 PV Solar Product are traded annually. By the end of 2014 6MW OF Solar PV had been installed in residential and commercial sectors. It is projected that Solar PV Installation will reach 100 MW by 2020. Kenya is also now Enforcing the Solar Water heating Regulations of the 2012 Energy Act that require any premises that uses over 100 Litres of Hot water a day install a Solar water heating system. This regulation has a spurred a demand Solar Water heating systems. The growth rate for SWHs is projected at 20% to reach 800,000 installed units by 2020.

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OUR SERVICES

We offer Advisory services for Solar Power Companies Seeking to Invest in Kenya’s Solar Industry. Our Advisory is Suitable for Solar Product Manufacturers Looking for market for their Solar Products in Kenya, Independent Power Producers Looking for Projects to develop as well as Engineering Procurement & Construction Companies.

Our Advisory is a complete Investor Guide Package that gives Analysis on all Aspects of the Solar Industry in areas of Policy & Regulation, Investments Business Environment, Tax & Incentives, Environment compliance, Cost of Doing Business and Market Analysis.

The Advisory becomes instrumental for investors in determining the market opportunity, the Right approach to suit their business model and assess the Cost associated with doing so.

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COMPANY INCROPORATION

For Companies Looking to set up Local Subsidiaries in Kenya, we offer Company Registration /Incorporation Services.

We take you through the due Registration Process and statutory Requirements. These include Administration for Company Incorporation, processing Director(s), and Personal Identification Number (PIN) Director’s Investment Authority Letter(s), Work Permits and ALL Other Statutory Compliance.

FINDING SOLAR PRODUCTS DISTRIBUTION PARTNERS

For Companies Looking to set up Local Subsidiaries in Kenya, we offer Company Registration /Incorporation Services.

We take you through the due Registration Process and statutory Requirements. These include Administration for Company Incorporation, processing Director(s), and Personal Identification Number (PIN) Director’s Investment Authority Letter(s), Work Permits and ALL Other Statutory Compliance.

ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES FOR TENDERING FOR BIDDING DOCUMENTS

We alert, our Clients our in real time on all Tender, Open for Companies Participation in Solar Power Development. As a Consultant, Our role is to prepare the Technical Documents to submit to Tender Bidding.

During this process we advise the Client on Policy, Regulation and all other aspects relating to preparing a Competitive Proposal. While providing to Support to the Client throughout the Bidding Process Providing an End to End solution throughout the Administrative Process.

ADVISORY & ADMINISTRATION FOR UNSOLICITED BIDS/ SOLAR POWER PROJECT

In 2014, the Government of Kenya for the first, time announced that it would open Invitation for Solar Power Developers to submit unsolicited Bids for Solar Development Projects.

In the New Policy, the government initiated an electrification program for using Solar PV aimed at installing power in Public institutions far from the grid by 2014 Solar PV systems had been installed. Dozens more concessions has since were identified and developed in segments of diesel/ wind/ Solar Hybrid to convert isolated diesel power plants into hybrid retrofits. As well as Captive solar Power Projects.

We advise Solar (EPCS/IPPS) Companies on the Opportunities eligible for Development and take them through the Process of Preparing and submitting Technical proposals to the Government providing an End to End solution throughout the Administrative Process. With one Objective – to help the Client Successfully acquire the “Dream Project”.