“Before Sola PayGo we were using kerosene lamps and kerosene lamps have smoke which made us sick. Now that we are using solar we have all the benefits. At night the kids are happy to study and I can make my bilums (woven bags) as well.” Beverlyn from Enga Province. Photo © BPP/Sarah Wiles
Solar energy company, Sola PayGo has authored an Impact Report on their BPP partnership to bring affordable and reliable solar solutions to remote parts of Papua New Guinea.
Download the full report: BPP Partnership Impact Report
About the partnership
Sola PayGo partnered with the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), payment services provider Bmobile, product manufacturer d.light to create both development impacts and sustainable commercial returns through their core business operations.