DFC and Norfund  allocate $238 million in renewed support for d.light solar kits in East Africa

DFC and Norfund  allocate $238 million in renewed support for d.light solar kits in East Africa

With renewed support from several development institutions, the stand-alone solar power system distributor is receiving a major two-year credit facility to continue its expansion in Kenya and beyond.

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            ▪ DFC and Norfund  allocate $238 million in renewed support for d.light solar kits in East Africa

▪ With renewed support from several development institutions, the stand-alone solar power system distributor is receiving a major two-year credit facility to continue its expansion in Kenya and beyond.

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San Francisco-based d.light will be funded in Kenya and elsewhere with $238 million over the next two years under a multi-currency credit facility.

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