PASH Global and Tswana Renewables announce JV with 30MW solar PV project pipeline in Botswana

  • PASH Global and Tswana Renewables announce their joint venture to bring clean distributed energy to Botswana.
  • With an established project pipeline of 30MWp solar PV for private customers in Botswana, this partnership will not only reduce energy costs, but also provide access to clean energy to the people of Botswana.
  • The first two projects are already under construction at Travelodge and Ramotswe.

The joint venture between PASH Global and Tswana Renewables represents a significant investment in the future of Botswana’s energy infrastructure. By investing in renewable energy, PASH aims to create a sustainable future that benefits everyone.

Botswana is a landlocked country in southern Africa with a stable political environment and a growing economy. The country has abundant solar resources, making it an attractive place to invest in renewable energy. The government of Botswana has also been supportive of renewable energy development, implementing policies and incentives to encourage investment in the sector. This partnership represents the largest distributed generation strategy in the country.

Author: Bryan Groenendaal

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