Sky Energy has said it is now breaking into new markets with the company’s products now available in neigbouring countries such as Zambia, Tanzania, Mozambique and Zimbabwe.
SKY Energy designs, supplies and installs solar products and power back up systems.
The company’s Managing Director, Schizzo Thomson, said they have been able to attract international offers following recommendations from some of their local clients.
“We are slowly but steadily penetrating across Africa. We embarked on solar project because of shortage of power supply which the country is facing. We felt alternative energy could help end this problem. So far, we have reached countries such as Zimbabwe, Zambia, Mozambique and Tanzania, among others. This has been achieved because we offer unique and customised solutions to a wide range of customers and businesses,” he said.
Thomson said the company’s portfolio ranges from individual households, office complexes, non-governmental organisations, hospitals, schools and agricultural irrigation schemes, among others.
He said SKY Energy installs tailor made home applications such as lighting and electronic home appliances, solar water heating for homes and hospitals.
“We also have hybrid system installations in hospitals, schools and big scale applications for orphanages, schools, churches, office blocks and a wide range of infrastructure, including automated teller machines and network towers,” he said.
The company started its operations in 2015.
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