GreenYellow, the Casino Group’s subsidiary specialized in photovoltaic solar energy production and energy efficiency, seems to have found the winning solution for Africa. Present on the continent for the past three years, the energy company has been developing its portfolio thanks to financing solutions adapted to local economic realities.
This deployment has just been reinforced by the acquisition of two new solar power plant projects in Tunisia, afrik21 reports.
GreenYellow continues to deploy its green electricity offer on the African continent. The solar energy producer has just embarked on two new projects in North Africa and West Africa.
This involves the construction of a 1.2 MWp capacity parking lot shading plant in Tunis (capital of Tunisia) for Meddis Distribution, operator of the Géant and Monoprix hypermarkets in Tunisia. According to Robinson Alazraki, GreenYellow’s Africa Zone Director, the plant, which should be commissioned before the end of this year, is one of “the first projects of this scale to be carried out on Tunisian soil under the B to B model”, the same source adds.