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The Global Off-Grid Lighting Association (GOGLA) now represents over 100 off-grid energy companies, investors and stakeholders. This month, the Paris-based off-grid solar company Qotto officially became GOGLA’s 100th member. Based in Utrecht, The Netherlands, GOGLA is the industry association of the off-grid lighting and electrification sector. On behalf of GOGLA, Grégory Durand of TOTAL Access To Energy, congratulated Qotto in Paris this week.
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GOGLA is a neutral, independent, not-for-profit industry association which acts as a sector enabler and advocate. GOGLA supports the growth and strengthens the market for clean, quality off-grid lighting and electrical systems for households, SMEs and communities in developing countries.