WiSolar launches prepaid solar power app WiGo for Nigeria and South Africa – Exclusive Africa

WiSolar is a solar power company based in Nigeria and South Africa
WiSolar’s WiGo app offers users the ability to pre-purchase solar power and easily track their consumption
According to WiSolar, individuals and companies can work with him to earn commissions

Popular South Africa-based renewable energy company, WiSolar, has announced the launch of its WiGo mobile app for solar power users.

The mobile app, currently available to WiSolar customers in Nigeria and South Africa, will offer users the ability to purchase solar power tokens from the comfort of their homes, anywhere in the world.

With the mobile app, now available on the Play Stores for Android and iOS, users can easily track their solar power consumption, view power charging history and charge remotely.

WiGo is a hybrid prepaid solar power app from WiSolar, a green digital energy provider that strives to simplify solar power delivery and make clean power easily accessible and as commonplace as home WiFi.

According to the company, interested private individuals and companies can also become WiSolar partners. As an affiliate retailer, they earn commissions on packages sold. On the other hand, partner installers earn from installations and maintenance. These people and businesses can view orders and easily withdraw commissions from their wallets straight to their bank accounts.

In addition, partner developers and property owners can view customers, earn commissions on prepaid rates, and set prepaid rates for tenant solar usage. Developers and property owners can achieve improved cash flow by having the electricity consumed via the prepaid meter paid back to the owner.

At the launch, WiSolar Founder and CEO Tonye Irims said the launch of the mobile app is a furtherance of the company’s commitment and efforts to democratize the delivery of solar power.

“One of our commitments as a tech company and startup is to aim to ensure that we help reduce carbon emissions and, in our own small way, help empower solar power users and bring the same to people across Africa” , he said.