During the International Solar Day 2018, held in Oslo on May 16, we signed the agreement for the purchase of four more villages; this in addition to the two already delivered.
The International Solar Day is an annual event gathering representatives from the Norwegian solar industry, sponsored by Norwegian Energy Partners and Solar Energy Cluster Norway.
The picture shows Mr. Morten Schøyen, CMO at Eltek and Dr. Stein Skjørshammer CEO of SunErgy signing the agreement; Eltek being the “solar equipment” supplier.
We shall “electrify” eight villages this year. No shortage of work. With the equipment for the next six villages ordered and delivered, we are well under way.
Posted in 2018
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Here is a picture from last week visit to US for a two day meeting with Microsoft and New Sun Road at Microsoft`s office in San Francisco.
The plan is that New Sun Road, located at University of California at Berkley will deliver prepaid electrical meters with Microsoft providing software, including Microsoft Cloud Services.
Picture shows participants from New Sun Road, Microsoft and SunErgy.
Our business is truly international, bringing partners and products together on a global scale, enabling the world’s disadvantaged to move towards a brighter and more prosperous future.
Posted in 2017
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Friday was a milestone day in the history of SunErgy as the company successfully completed a 5 000 000 Norwegian krone or a little more than half a million Euro share capital increase.
“This is how we planned from the very start” says the Mr. Haugen, chair of the board of directors and co-founder together with Dr. Skjorshammer, who serves as Managing Director.
“The idea from the very beginning has been to take in additional capital as we continued building” Mr. Haugen and Dr. Skjorshammer informs. “So far it has worked as planned. Existing shareholders contributed the money needed to finish the next villages. We interpret this as a vote of confidence in us, the worked carried out and the vision of SunErgy. Actually, we could have gotten more money, but this was what we needed this time”, they concluded, thanking all who support and take an active part in the future success of SunErgy.
Posted in 2016
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On the 15 of August we will celebrate the one-year anniversary of switching on electricity in the village of Bokosso. In addition this past year we provided the people with access to cable TV and the Internet.
Enclosed you can read how the people have experienced the past year. We named it “The peoples voice”
Posted in 2016
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Ten people from Norway visited Cameroon during ten days in the beginning of February. «The purpose was to learn more about the SunErgy project» said Mr. Knut-Arne Wendel, who was responsible for the trip. «We had ten busy days. We went to Bokosso and had a Norwegian – Cameroon day at Bamenda University of Science and Technoloygy (BUST) in Bamenda.
The visit was full of interesting experiences, truly life changing».
The Norwegians in Cameroonian national costumes in front of the SunErgy HQ.
Norwegian – Cameroon day at BUST. In middle madame Foncha, chairwoman BUST. Second from right the Chancellor, Professor Gwanfogbe. Far right V.C. Dr. Kinni.