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Listen now: enPower.life episode on sustainability podcast Green Thru
We are stoked to share with you our enPower.life episode at sustainability podcast Green Thru with CEO Eric Della Casa!
Eric founded Green Thru with the goal to make complex sustainability questions easy-to-understand, and highlight the most exciting startups and businesses with a sustainability mission. In his weekly podcast, Eric interviews the founders of sustainable businesses and sustainability experts, and our CEO Thomas Frank was the guest for the latest episode!
About the episode:“How can renewable energy projects in developing economies be sponsored by retail investors and how are such projects ensured to succeed? The conversation with Thomas Frank explores the logistical, economic and social intricacies associated with ensuring that such projects are run successfully in developing economies. Tune in to find out more about enPowerl.life’s latest successful project in Uganda through the installation of solar panels at a 5-star eco-tourism hotel near Kampala and much more, enjoy!”
Eric Della Casa, CEO of sustainability podcast Green Thru
About Eric Della Casa: After his BSc in Banking, Finance and Management from Loughborugh University and his MSc in Investment Management at Cass Business School, he decided to broaden his knowledge within the sustainability sphere through the undertaking of the course ‘Business and Climate Change: Towards Net Zero Emissions’ at University of Cambridge.
Thanks to the enPower.life business model, we don't have to invest in the solar system itself. In this way we can save a considerable amount of costs, only need to use minimal capital resources for our ice cream production and can also improve our own carbon footprint
Andrew Ssentongo | CEO GRS Commodities Ltd, Operator Mweena Ice Flake Manufacturing Site, Uganda