In the presence of the Country Director of the Bollore Group in Togo, Mr. Charles Kokouvi GAFAN, Blueline Togo was honored to receive the visit of Mr. Stéphane Gompertz, Ambassador of the COP 21 for Africa this Saturday 30th May 2015 on the Bluezone of Cacaveli.
On the sidelines of a conference he hosted at the University of Lome on the topic “Responding to climate change: the road to Paris”, the Ambassador in charge of the COP21 for Africa, Mr. Gompertz visited on May 30th the Bluezone of Cacaveli.
Welcomed by the team of Blueline Togo, the Ambassador of the COP 21 for Africa has seen the benefits brought by the Bluezone the Togolese population: free access to internet, drinking water, multifunctional platform … without forgetting the many activities in the large multipurpose room for the benefit of youth and population. All this made possible through the use of solar energy captured by photovoltaic panels and stored and restored by LMP batteries (Lithium Metal Polymer) from the Bollore Group.
During the visit, Mr. Gompertz expressed his admiration for the project which is part of a process of environmental and the use of renewable energy.