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About GOGLA Bridge

About GOGLA Bridge

The GOGLA Bridge is a database for GOGLA members and the broader stand-alone solar product sector providing an overview of support services for incubating and accelerating the growth of off-grid solar companies.
Users can easily access information about grants, awards and competitions as well as details on relevant financing institutions and crowdfunding opportunities.
GOGLA does not assume any responsibility for the accuracy of the content.
The database was realized with support from the Africa-EU Renewable Energy Cooperation Programme (RECP).

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