Nigerian Fintech company, Infibranches, receives $2m funding from All On to drive growth in the renewable energy sector

All On and Infibranches sign a $2million investment  deal to drive consumers retail growth in the Nigerian renewable energy sector [Image: courtesy]
Nigeria—Infibranches Technologies Limited is a technological design thinking company with expertise in Product Development, Business value chain, and Agent Network Management Services. With a vision of reaching everyone anywhere with their needs in mind.

Shell-funded impact Investment Company All On announced a $2 million investment in Fintech Company, infibranches technologies, to help bridge the energy distribution gap in underserved rural and per-urban areas of Nigeria.

Olusoal Owoyemi, Infibranches CEO, said he is enthusiastic about the potential of this deal to fill the gap by connecting consumers and service providers seamlessly, illustrating the interconnected nature of financial inclusion and poverty reduction.

“Through this investment, Infibranches branches plan to speed up customer acquisition in its current market.

“This will also improve existing products like Omnibranches, which has served over a million customers, and introduce and services to address energy distribution issues,” he said.

Infibranches is currently the only company in the fintech space that has built a secure platform that serves as a single point of integration for payments and other financial services for service providers in the Nigerian renewable energy sector.

The platform also supports agent banking businesses, enabling them to provide services such as cash payments and withdrawals, money transfers, utility, and telco payments to name a few.

The Nigerian Off-Grid Market Acceleration program, a not-for-profit initiative backed by UK charity Shell Foundation, USAID, and UK aid, has supported Infibranches to develop a single payment integration solution for the Nigerian SHS sector that helps facilitate payment collection through a network of agents across Nigeria, including banks and mobile agents across the payment value chain.

Sam Parker, CEO, Shell Foundation said, “The initiative’s work with Infibranches has shown how important it is to continue addressing market barriers, enabling enterprises to more quickly expand their life changing energy solutions to households and SMEs across Nigeria.”

All On’s investment will trigger the next phase of Infibranche’s growth by financing inventory and agent acquisition product and product technology development, and provide working capital for business operations towards the company’s distribution of Solar Home Systems for households and commercial users across Nigeria with a special focus on Nigeria Delta.