Kenya’s d.light receivables vehicle grows to $127m

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Issue 431 - 28 Jan 2021 - By Dan Marks | 7 minute read

An investment by Norfund has bolstered a receivables vehicle run by Solar Frontier Capital for d.light in Kenya, in one of the first large-scale transactions for the sector. The transaction is a boost for d.light Kenya in its efforts to become financially sustainable and cashflow positive, writes Dan Marks.

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