SolarHome installs PAYG solar system in Myanmar

SolarHome, a fresh new solar company, successfully launched its first product to reach the tremendous potential market in Ayeyarwaddy region. Importing the sustainable Pay As You Go model from from Africa, SolarHome is one of the first successful companies to pioneer this market in Myanmar. In order to enhance the benefits for customers, it aims to supply environmentally friendly solar products at a reasonable long run price.

As a good start, its first system was installed on the launch date at U Thein Aung’s home, the very first customer. U Thein Aung runs a grocery shop. He has been living in his village for many years and was using different means to get light in the evening, first candles and then battery powered lights. Today he is happy to own a SolarHome system which saves him time and supplies reliable light in his house. Now he doesn`t have to kill an hour of daylight each day traveling to charge his battery from a diesel generator.

U Thein Aung, a 60 years old man, is smiling: “I am very grateful to see my home like this. I wish I would have owned this system many years ago. As of today, I am able to open my shop till late in order to earn more money. And my grandchildren will have the opportunity to study more to pursue better future opportunities.”

For most households in villages which don’t have any proper electricity access in the area people are eager to switch to solar energy, but purchasing a full solar set is expensive. Regular service payments with the SolarHome Pay As You Go system enables them to save money on the initial payment, adopt clean and green energy, and have brighter and more reliable light than they used to have. The SolarHome team is confident to make people like U Aung Myint happy and to support the social economic development in the villages.

Source: SolarHome Press Release

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