Startup OniriQ launches its subscription offer for solar energy and the internet to the Senegalese diaspora in France.

The startup OniriQ has been developing since 2016 an innovative and eco-responsible solar kit that provides rural African families with access to autonomous energy, internet and TV.

After successfully completing its first pre-sales, in June, thanks to a crowdfunding campaign on Ulule, OniriQ announces the launch of two new offers for the Senegalese diaspora in France:
An offer at € 6.99 / month (36-month commitment with a 49 € purchase option): delivery and installation in Senegal of a solar kit complete with 3 LED lamps, a 19-inch HDTV and internet access integrated.

An offer at € 8.99 / month (36-month commitment with a purchase option of € 49): delivery and installation in Senegal of a solar kit complete with 3 LED lamps, a 19-inch HDTV, internet access integrated and a smartphone TECNO last generation

The solar kits will be manufactured this summer in Senegal in partnership with a local manufacturer. The goals of the startup are to market 500 subscriptions by the end of the year.
In parallel with the launch of these offers, OniriQ will set up shop in Dakar this summer in order to be closer to its customers and its partner distribution networks.

About ONIRIQ
ONIRIQ is a French startup dedicated to energy access solutions founded by Rodolphe Rosier in December 2016. It is supported by BpiFrance and supported by the incubators Bond’Innov and Paris & Co / Circular Economy. Its partners are the Energies for the World Foundation and Orange for the connectivity of its products.

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