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Grandma we have light 24 hours a day..

This comment was treated with comic disbelief by the grandmother, when her 8 year old grandchild told her that they had constant electricity. Grandma in her sixties thought back to better days in the 70’s when electricity supply was constant in Nigeria. She remembered the 80’s where even though itRead More…

Three solar thermal plants that could generate electricity 24 hours a day!

The Chilean government recently gave the go-ahead on a massive solar thermal plant that is expected to produce electricity 24 hours a day, seven days a week—a considerable feat for a plant that depends solely on solar energy. The plant, proposed for a site in Chile’s Tamarugal province, would consist ofRead More…

Are Nigerian’s paying a darkness tariff?

Darkness tariff! By Kayode Adeoye | 22 March 2017 | 1:03 pm Nigeria, a country in the tropical region of the world is now in the dry season. In this dry season, the hydroelectric power plants are working at dry season capacity! The coal-fired power plants are almost redundant whileRead More…

Solar Energy; the solution to your electricity troubles

SOLAR ENERGY -Nigeria is struggling with providing adequate power supply for its population. Having an estimated need of 12,000MW of power to achieve a level of stability in power supply and average generation of about 3000MW to 4000MW, the demand for electricity is a far cry from what the countryRead More…

The potential of solar energy is beyond imagination!

Solar energy is a renewable energy source. This means that we cannot run out of solar energy, as opposed to non-renewable energy sources (e.g. fossil fuels, coal and nuclear). The Sun will always shine freely. We will have access to solar energy for as long as the sun is alive –Read More…

$280m Solar Power Investment To Take Place In Nigeria!

Solar power energy continues to be the future as $280 million will be used to build solar-power plants in Nigeria. These solar power plants are expected to start producing electricity in the first quarter of next year. A plant in the south-eastern state of Enugu will produce 100 megawatts, whileRead More…

OPEC’s Top Producer Is Turning To Solar Power

The nation most identified with its massive oil reserves is turning to wind and solar to generate power at home and help extend the life of its crucial crude franchise. Starting this year, Saudi Arabia plans to develop almost 10 gigawatts of renewable energy by 2023, starting with wind and solar plantsRead More…

SolSol introduces baseball hat that can charge your phone using solar power

Solar technology is still far from becoming ordinary, but we’re seeing more and more of it make its way to consumer products. And now that hanging down from your head, but the hat could come in handy if your gadget’s battery is running low and there are no other outlets nearby.Read More…

FG to source solar energy locally to boost renewable energy!

In a bid to boost renewal energy, the federal government may consider the option of sourcing solar energy locally to empower nine universities to enhance the Green Bond Initiative in the country. The Minister of State, Environment, Ibrahim Usman Jibril stated this when paying a working visit to National AgencyRead More…

Fashola gets ultimatum to revive power sector or resign

Another more reason to invest in solar power energy.  A group, the Campaign for Democracy, CD, has handed a 30-day ultimatum to the Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, SAN, for him to revive the nation’s ailing power sector or resign his appointment as a minister of theRead 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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