Sierra Leone launches 1st solar printing machine
Rissolar KZ-30 is the name of a new duplicator machine just launched in Sierra Leone to bridge the gap in the world of printing in the country and furthering the green energy drive.
This printing machine, which are said to be high speed, is part of a new range of machines from South Africa and it uses batteriess powered by solar energy or energy from the sun.
The product is the first of its kind using solar energy to print thousands of copies in a very short time in a country where electricity is in short supply.
The product was launched on Wednesday by Sierra Leone’s Deputy Minister of Education, Science and Technology Dr. Lansana Nyalay.
Click audio below to listen to this report WADR’s Freetown Correspondent Mohamed Konneh.