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Firms seal partnership to deepen use of high-end solar power for homes, businesses

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A strategic partnership to increase availability of affordable high-end solar and digital power solutions has been entered into by Davis & Shirtliff and Huawei Technologies.

The partnership is also meant to accelerate the transition of Zambian homes and businesses to clean renewable energy, in a significant stride toward advancing Zambia’s roadmap towards sustainable power and commitment to clean energy.

Davis & Shirtliff Zambia Managing Director, Jonathan Mainga, in his comment on the partnership said it would help the firm improve electrification in both urban and rural areas by connecting more industries, households and businesses to affordable solar power.

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Mainga said this in a statement issued on Monday. “Access to power is critical for spurring Zambia’s economic growth and this partnership with Huawei will help us improve electrification in both urban and rural areas by connecting more industries, households and businesses to affordable solar power.

“The prolonged lifespan of solar installations, combined with minimal operational costs, positions these systems to self-fund within a few years, providing sustained cost savings,” he added.

Huawei Digital Power Segment Manager, Bruce Liu, in his comment said: “Our collaboration with Davis & Shirtliff is important because it represents a harmonious union of vision and deployment of capabilities.

“Together, we aim to reshape the renewable energy landscape and provide cleaner, more efficient and affordable energy for the Zambian market.”

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