Safi Power is pleased to announce the signing of a power service agreement with Sky Foods Ltd. This agreement will see us design, build, and operate a solar facility that will supply power to the manufacturing entity over a period of 20 years. The approximate 100KW project will see Sky Foods realize a saving of approximately 33,739 KWh and 316 tonnes of carbon dioxide over the life of the plant.
Sky Foods is a soft drink manufacturer that produces the popular TreeTop juice and currently has a machine capacity of 19,500 litres per day. “We are glad to be making this move to renewable energy sources as we continue to diversify our product offering. This will also help us expand our manufacturing capacity,” said the Managing Director, Bernard Njoroge at the signing ceremony. Safi Power is on a mission to reduce total energy costs for institutions by blending their power sources through introduction of cheaper renewable sources, without the additional capital investment.
Andrew Karuga, the Executive Director at Safi Power says, “with our strong track record, the signing of this agreement marks another win in our efforts to offer economic and reliable renewable energy. We are pleased to work with Sky Foods and value the opportunity to provide them a stable and affordable power option.”