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Power equipment maker Su-Kam Power Systems has won a contract for installing solar projects at 35 schools in Rwanda
Su-Kam said in a statement, “The company has recently bagged a turnkey solar project covering 35 schools in Rwanda.
“Su-Kam shall supply, install and commission solar photo voltaic equipment and associated items for 35 schools in remote areas of the country.”
The company statement added that Su-Kam shall also be responsible for pre-installation survey of the site and drawing out a detailed engineering plan.
Su-Kam officials will also provide onsite training on operation and maintenance to the personnel in Rwanda.
The continent has abundant solar energy that can be tapped and utilised accordingly, the company said.
Su-Kam, which has presence in more than 70 countries overseas, has bagged various solar power projects in African countries like Nigeria, Malawi and Gabon.