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Update posted by Hangi Hungu Binini Junior On Oct 29, 2018

Walikale Engineering Africa is a Start-up, initiated by three brothers, passionate about innovation for the transformation and development of emerging African connected businesses.

We are of the opinion that solar energy is the cleanest and most abundant energy source available, especially on the warm African continent and we strongly believe that with further exploration and exploitation with integration of information and communication technologies, there is a great potential to transform and develop the continent.

In sub-Saharan Africa some 609 million people (6 out of 10) have no access to electricity, and about 80% of those in rural areas lack electricity access, according to 2017 data by the World Bank. Manufacturers in sub-Saharan Africa experience an average of 56 days of shutdown time per year due to power outages, the African Development Bank noted in 2017.

To achieve universal energy access, Africa requires an investment of more than $1.5 trillion in the energy sector between 2018 and 2050. Without such an investment, sub-Saharan Africa will be home to an estimated 89% of the world’s energy poor by 2030, according to a 2017 report by the International Energy Agency (IEA), an organisation that advises governments on energy policy.

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