No cake or candles for Be Energy Senegal, but the satisfaction of a first year that marks a promising start for the Be Energy subsidiary in Diamaguene.
One year on : Be Energy Senegal
Opened in July 2022, the Be Energy Senegal centre now has six machines dedicated to regenerating starter, stationary and traction batteries.
Since it opened, the Diamaguene centre has regenerated more than 200 batteries, used by companies such as Bolloré Transports & Logistics, Patisen, Nestlé, Camusat, Sonatel, Senico, Duopharm and Médis Sénégal, to name but a few, which rely on the quality and power of its equipment to keep their equipment running and their operations going.
Since it opened, the Be Energy Sénégal subsidiary has been running at full speed, regenerating all types of batteries for use in:
- Starting up lorries and buses
- powering forklift trucks and logistics, transport and supply chain equipment
- Photovoltaic and telecoms equipment
As well as providing day-to-day support, Be Energy France trains existing technicians in all aspects of battery regeneration.
A key player in Africa
Headed by Henri Sow, who is also co-chairman of the TEAO club (Club Transition Énergétique pour l’Afrique – Energy Transition Club for Africa), the Be Energy Senegal subsidiary is promoting the new regeneration businesses and the environmental impact of controlled solutions. Solutions that are within the reach of all companies, public and private, in Senegal and neighbouring regions, such as the city of Dakar, as well as the port and airport.
In a country with a large number of mining companies and no organised industry to speak of, Be Energy Senegal’s solutions will be of interest to many candidates for battery and oil regeneration. Stay tuned…