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SkyPower Home is proud to announce its partnership with Mr Yohannes Teferi, our new exclusive licensee in the Ethiopian territory. Our partnership will help distribute portable solar home systems to the rural Ethiopian households who have limited access to electricity.

Each SkyPower Home solar system will include a solar panel, two LED light bulbs (with a capacity to illuminate four), multiple USB charging capabilities (for charging cell phones and other handheld electronic devices) and an integrated radio that is designed to operate in extreme conditions. Each solar system is backed by a comprehensive warranty, which will include an in-community hot-swap program. Skypower Home has built it’s system to the most stringent of standards that will meet and/or exceed all requisite certifications and published standards to ensure the highest quality, reliability and longevity.

ABOUT SKYPOWER HOME
Skypower Home is an exclusive worldwide master licensee of the famous Canadian leader Skypower Global. Distributing portable solar systems and solar-powered portable energy solutions for consumer and commercial use, enabling communities with limited access to electricity to harness the abundant power of the sun.
SkyPower Home is a forward thinking international energy solutions company working with next-generation technology. Using the latest knowledge in efficient renewable energy markets and technology, we cover all bases – from sales and distribution to customer service.

ABOUT SOMALIA AND ETHIOPIA
There are approximately 94 Million people who currently reside in Ethiopia. The Rural population (% of total population) in Ethiopia was 80.53% as of 2015. Off-grid rural electrification with the help of renewable energy technology is the best alternative to provide electricity for the rural population. The cost of renewable energy technology is too high for the rural population of Ethiopia like many other developing countries. In contrast, Ethiopia seems to indicate a massive shift towards renewable energy solutions. Even where people do have access, it can often be unaffordable or unreliable.