IPP GLOBAL Inc. was part of a select group of 11 US companies hosted at the
US Pavilion of Power Africa by the US Commercial Services at Enlit Africa, 2022
in Cape Town, South Africa.
The company participated in the Corporate Executive Office (CEO) Programme
organized by the US Commercial services, which offered a platform to qualified
U.S. companies seeking to expand or enter the Sub-Saharan Africa energy
Discussing with representatives of Power Africa, Peter Agbro, CEO of IPP Global
Inc. shared that the world must look at a decentralized power generation and
distribution system especially in Africa, where communities are decentralized
and do not live in large clusters, especially in the rural areas. The decentralized
system allows for a true representation of the population distribution, and
reduces significant downtime that big power plants suffer when their systems
go down. Small generation and distribution systems allow for quick turn
around, and only affect the small community clusters that they serve, as
opposed to entire regions, when there is service failure.
And it is in the area of niche power generation and distribution that IPP Global
can best serve small to medium size communities. Our Modular power plants
can be set up easily, quickly and and can be scaled up to meet increasing
needs of the users.
Africa is transitioning from dirtier fuel sources to clean energy sources. Africa
has an abundance of natural energy which we could all tap into and ensure
that in the near future Africa’s energy generation sources are clean and
To this end, IPP Global Inc. supports the drive to light up Africa to ensure a
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