SENS enters Zimbabwe with BESS partnership

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Sustainable Energy Solutions Sweden Holding AB (SENS) announced its expansion to Zimbabwe by entering into a collaboration agreement with local actor Nyembesi Corporate Services Africa.

Through this partnership, SENS aims to explore and evaluate potential energy projects in the Zimbabwean market.

SENS, which has recently secured several key market shares and experienced increased demand for its energy solutions, is now expanding its international presence. This is done through a strategic partnership with Nyembesi in Zimbabwe, a market that has been identified as particularly promising for the development of sustainable energy storage solutions.

Nyembesi is a leading development company in the energy sector in Zimbabwe and will from today intensify lead generation to find suitable projects. With its extensive local knowledge and resources in the region, Nyembesi is well-positioned to identify attractive projects. SENS will initially assist Nyembesi with relevant data and information to find potential projects, and then lead the due diligence process and assess the feasibility of the projects.

Through this collaboration, SENS further strengthens its presence in the African market, building on its previous establishment in South Africa. This initiative reflects SENS’s determination to be a driving force in the ongoing energy transition currently taking place in Africa.

Henrik Boman, CEO of SENS, said the expansion to Zimbabwe represents a significant step in its international growth. “By expanding our presence internationally, we become a more active participant in the global green transition. The current global energy landscape faces significant challenges, and with this strategic partnership, we intend to reinforce our international commitment to sustainable energy development, and we look forward to
collaborating with Nyembesi.”

Wellington Pasipamire, CEO of Nyembesi, said that the collaboration agreement with SENS is clear proof that technical solutions form the foundation of a carbon-neutral and energy-efficient future. “It strengthens the ambitions from COP 28 and facilitates the
implementation of climate-resilient strategies. The agreement targets Zimbabwe as benefactor of SENS’s expertise and capacity in energy storage and system solutions in various generative environments, in a sustainable and cost-effective manner. W

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