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Portfolio case study – Noka Farm

Agriculture & Renewable Energy –
Botswana sustainable farming and solar project

Overview
  • Core producer of tomatoes, onions, beetroots, carrots, butternuts
  • Outreach programme providing seedlings to local community and then buying back the finished produce if it meets the required quality
  • 30MW Solar project in development to sell power via direct wire to local industry
Agriculture Strategy
  • The expansion strategy is to become the largest producer of quality tomatoes for the local market
  • Moving from 30 tunnels to 300 expands tomato production and also produces other high value crops such as peppers, avocados, cucumbers, lettuces etc which diversifies revenue streams.
Solar Strategy
  • Botswana imports 85% of its electricity demands from South Africa. Current demand peak stands at 650MW and the only generation comes from an unreliable 132MW coal powered plant
  • Only local company on the shortlist of potential bidders to provide up 100 MW of power
Opportunity
  • Once expanded Noka Farm could provide 40% of the fresh vegetables sold in country and be one of the largest independent local power producers
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Noka Farm, Botswana

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Noka Farm, Botswana

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Noka Farm, Botswana