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Solar Power Becomes Solution As The Bank of Industry (Bol) launches N1 billion Solar Energy Fund for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises!

Solar power energy to address the lingering epileptic power supply from the grid system, the Bank of Industry (Bol), at the weekend, launched a N1 billion solar Energy Fund for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs). Acting Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Bol, Mr. Waheed Olagunju, statedRead More…

Shattering Stereotypes

We have been saddled with so many wrong stereotypes about Nigeria and Nigerians. Let us correct a few. In the late 1980’s Nigerians living in America were associated with fraud. Bank fraud and credit card fraud. Someone at a bank once asked me, “why are Nigerians so fraudulent” and IRead More…

Solar Power Energy; Is Nigeria doing better than Kenya?

Solar power: Kenya prepares to expand solar mini-grids into poorest rural areas $150 million plan would light up markets, schools, shops and homes, and support solar-powered water pumping. Women from Kenya benefit from a solar-powered pump to water tomato plants throughout the year without relying on erratic rainfall, enabling them to feedRead More…

Who said that Nigerian’s lack a maintenance culture?

There is a common belief that Nigerian’s lack a maintenance culture and that is reflected in the cars, homes our roads and infrastructure. The reality is that government officials see more profit in awarding new contracts than in a long term maintenance agreement. The wealthy in Nigeria like their counterpartsRead More…

Solar Power to decarbonise energy Sector & Improve the lives of billions of People -(IRENA)

A new report, ‘REthinking Energy 2017’ that was released, at the seventh International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) Assembly, says falling costs, driven by innovation in technology and policy, is spurring renewable energy deployment and with it a myriad of socioeconomic benefits. Bennett Oghifo reports The new comprehensive publication released byRead More…

How Nepal got the electricity flowing (will Nigeria emulate them?)

PATH TO PROGRESS Hours-long daily blackouts ended suddenly last October after an engineer approached the problem differently – and got the government’s backing to solve it. NAVESH CHITRAKAR/REUTERS/FILE | Caption Bikash Sangraula Correspondent JANUARY 16, 2017 KATHMANDU, NEPAL—For years, Hemkumari Chaulagain dreamed of getting a good night’s sleep. She didn’t mindRead More…

Have you cleaned your solar panels?

Harmattan is a dry and dusty northeasterly trade wind which blows from the Sahara Desert over the West African subcontinent into the Gulf of Guinea between the end of November and the middle of March. (Wikepedia) The effect is reduced visibility and a lot of dust. Everything is covered inRead More…

Expect more blackout as power generation drops

The Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) said that that the nation’s power generation capacity dropped slightly from 3,959 megawatts from Jan. 4, to 3,751.90 megawatts on Jan. 12, due to dearth of gas. The Nigerian Electricity System Operator (SO) website, a sub agency of TCN, disclosed the figure on itsRead More…

Costa Rica’s grid used 98 percent renewable energy in 2016

IMAGE: JOE RAEDLE/GETTY IMAGES BY MARIA GALLUCCI JAN 01, 2017 Costa Rica ended 2016 on a particularly green note. The Central American nation ran entirely on renewable energy for more than 250 days last year, the country’s power operator announced. Renewables supplied about 98.1 percent of Costa Rica’s electricity forRead More…

Customer Testimonial

We called some of our customers over the last two days to gauge how they are doing and how their investments were performing. Read some of the responses below. Mrs A. Lawanson- happy about our investment, appreciates our service. Mr. E. Surulere – the system has been working better sinceRead 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
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