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How A Startup Is Renting Out Solar Energy Kits to Nigerians

Two young Nigerian innovators are seeking to change the way locals access electricity by leasing solar kits to customers who only pay for energy generated and consumed. That is innovation at its best.

How A Startup Is Renting Out Solar Energy Kits to Nigerians
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