Sponsorship agreement between the Embassy of France in Namibia and InnoSun

The Embassy of France in Namibia signed a sponsorship agreement with the Franco-Namibian SME InnoSun, as part of the Green Embassy project that wants to make all French diplomatic posts serve as models to follow in the fight against climate change.

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Gregoire Verhaeghe, the CEO of InnoVent/InnoSun, and H.E. Jacqueline Bassa-Mazzoni, Ambassador of France to Namibia

InnoSun, which has been successfully carrying out projects alongside local authorities with the support of the Embassy, decided to offer its expertise as it provided and set up 17 solar panels, capable of supplying the residence of France with up to 50% of its electricity needs. In a few months, this system should be completed in order to make the building fully self-sufficient in energy.

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Grégoire Verhaeghe, H.E. Jacqueline Bassa-Mazzoni, Usata Imbili, InnoSun’s Managing Director, and Alexandre Matton, project engineer at InnoSun

During the signature ceremony at the residence of France, H.E. Jacqueline Bassa-Mazzoni, surrounded by InnoSun’s and the Embassy’s teams, once again thanked Grégoire Verhaeghe, the CEO of InnoVent/InnoSun, for his gesture and wished the Embassy and the Franco-Namibian SME a long and fruitful partnership.

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InnoSun’s and the Embassy’s team gathered at the residence of France

published on 09/03/2017

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