Q&A with Olaedo Osoka, CEO of Daystar Power Group

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Q&A with Olaedo Osoka, CEO of Daystar Power Group

“The cost savings we bring are significant — they can be channeled into job creation and economic growth.” What drove you to work in climate solutions? It is estimated that almost 600 million people do not have access to electricity on the continent of Africa. In Nigeria, about 80% of energy consumption is through diesel generators. An estimated $14 billion is spent annually to sustain reliance on diesel.  This has real implications for the climate, our economy, and our livelihoods. The social and health costs are enormous, with the majority…

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