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Case studies

Engazaat, Egypt  |  Project Size: 2.2 MWp  |  CO2 avoidance: 9,864 tonnes

“Engazaat is Egypt's first integrated independent power and water producer. When targeting an investment partner for our high-impact solar-for-water development for local farmers in Egypt, our collaboration with Empower New Energy has proven to be highly beneficial and inspirational."

Muhammad El Demerdash, Founder and CEO

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Miniplast Ltd, Ghana  |  Project Size: 782 kWp  |  CO2 avoidance:15,698 tonnes

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“20 years is a long time for a solar supply contract, so it was important for us to find the right partners with the most suitable business model. Partnering with Empower New Energy and their local technical partner Stella Futura meant we could focus on our core business”.

Nadim Ghanem-Pares, Miniplast CEO


Premium Poultry, Nigeria  |  Project Size: 700 kWp  |  CO2 avoidance: 14,310 tonnes

“We needed to reduce our energy costs and minimize our carbon footprint. Empower New Energy proved to be the highly professional partner and financier required to make the solar project happen, with no up-front costs for our business.”

Mahey Rasheed, Owner, Premium Poultry Farm

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Zalar Holdings, Morocco*  |  Project Size: 2.5MWp  |  CO2 avoidance: 36,816 tonnes

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“Zalar is Morocco’s leading poultry Group, present across the entire poultry-meat value chain, with operations at 25 different locations in Morocco. Embarking on our plan to solarize our largest 4 facilities with solar energy, Empower New Energy proved to be a highly competent, efficient and flexible financier.”

Jaoad  Sqalli, Deputy CEO, Zalar Holding

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Ghana Nuts, Ghana  |  Project Size: 600 kWp  |  CO2 avoidance: 9,864 tonnes

“Our partnership with Empower New Energy has been a game-changer for our business. We’ve reduced out carbon footprint and experienced significant cost savings on our electricity bills, which has helped us to reinvest in our operations and improve our bottom line.”

Obed Asante, CEO, Ghana Nuts

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*Project under construction

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