#1 Solar Power in Nigeria

AWPS Renewable Energy is Nigeria s number one provider of Solar Power




<<< Show Posts/ Page >>>

Can Nigeria borrow a page from Iran to solve our power problems?

Iran pushes for more residential and commercial PV The Iranian government is seeking to create awareness of the advantages of the FIT program for PV projects not exceeding 100 kW in size. JULY 19, 2017 EMILIANO BELLINI Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Organization (SATBA), Iran’s Renewable Energy and Energy EfficiencyRead More…

Can Nigeria get 35% of her electricity from Renewables? Germany did.

 Lorraine Chow 03 July https://www.ecowatch.com/germany-renewable-energy-2452605979.html Germany Breaks Record: Produces 35% of Electricity From Renewables so Far This Year Germany has broken another renewable energy record but officials say there’s still room for improvement. The German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE) reported Sunday that the combined share of renewable energy in the electricity, transport andRead More…

AWPS Renewable Energy, Ltd., signs historic contract with InStrat Global Health Solutions LTD

Lagos, June 30, 2017 InStrat Global Health Solutions, Ltd., Africa’s leading implementer of turnkey mobile health solutions and AWPS Renewable Energy, Ltd., Nigeria’s #1 provider of premium quality solar power, have signed a historic contract for AWPS Renewable Energy to provide solar power to 21 urban and rural heath centersRead More…

Solar Panels For Sale: An African Perspective

  If you live in a developed country, installing solar panels on your rooftop involves selecting a solar power company from a growing list of providers and setting up an appointment. But this is far from the case for third-world countries. Even if you’re only researching the theoretical principles ofRead More…

FG to Inject Fresh N701bn in Solar Energy!

Solar energy breaks more grounds as the Acting President, Yemi Osinbajo, Tuesday announced federal government’s plans to provide renewable power supply (solar power) for no fewer than one million households in rural communities that are not connected to the national grid. Osinbajo who made this disclosure at the Nigerian Renewable EnergyRead More…

Where were you the day solar power came to ASTEC, Owerrinta?

Over the weekend AWPS Renewable Energy was at Adventist Secondary Technical College in Owerrinta to introduce the students to solar power. As Nigeria’s #1 provider of premium quality solar power, we believe that it is incumbent on us to groom the next generation of solar enthusiasts. And the best placeRead More…

Has power outage snuffed life out of your Home or Business?

Why haven’t you gone solar?  For many residents of Alimosho Local Council, especially those living around Ikotun, Igando, Isheri and Iyana-Ipaja, electricity supply from noisy power-generating sets has been their only source of power in the last seven months. For them, the Ikeja Electricity Company, the power distribution company thatRead More…

Has power outage snuffed life out of your Home or Business?

Why haven’t you gone solar?  For many residents of Alimosho Local Council, especially those living around Ikotun, Igando, Isheri and Iyana-Ipaja, electricity supply from noisy power-generating sets has been their only source of power in the last seven months. For them, the Ikeja Electricity Company, the power distribution company thatRead More…

Our quality Solutions for grid-tie backup & off-grid Solar

Conext XW+ is One solution for grid-tie backup and off-grid solar power (230 VAC) This Inverter is an adaptable single-phase and three-phase hybrid inverter with grid-tie functionality and dual AC power inputs. Available solar charge controllers, monitoring, and automated generator control modules enable further adaptability. From a single Conext XW+ unitRead More…

Abuja house that runs solely on solar power…for three years

Roof top of the solar panel array Side view with an air conditioner At Last, A Truly Solar Powered Home in Abuja       The layout in Mpape District in Abuja looks like your average urban residence. But there’s a difference. The fully functional four-bedroom bungalow depends solely onRead More…

I had a nasty experience with the first solar inverter that was installed for me by the quacks in the industry and it was not cheap. I started complaining in less than a month. With AWPS it has been really awesome. I can survive living of the grid and still enjoy all the comfort of life required. There is after installation services. AWPS for me is a life saver. With the heatwave I have nothing to complain about. NEPA in whatever name is simply plan B. I turn off my meter when I so desire to save cost and simply use the solar powered inverter to power my house. It really been excellent. Isa Salau
%d bloggers like this: