#Solar power energy in Nigeria has become a solution to solving power supply outage in Nigeria. With solar power energy people now have option of having 24hours uninterrupted power supply.
Many Estate Especially the ones living off grid in Nigeria now enjoys Solar power energy installed by AWPS Renewable Energy Ltd. Magboro in Ogun State is a perfect example of where solar power rocks. The people in Magboro for over the years had suffered for electricity, we could remember one of the people we did solar power installation for said “the presence of standard grid in Magboro is not visible in the next 5years” this is because the issue of power outage has been since 2011.
In this estate, different sizes of solar power systems had been installed ranging from 1KW in panels to 4KW in panels using high quality brand of batteries, inverter and charge controllers. Most of the building in Magboro, Sparklight Estate uses solar power energy and many more are eager to switch solar.
Going by the number of solar power installations we do on weekly basis, it will not be wrong to say that Solar power energy is the future, a sustainable solution to power outage in Nigeria. To many due to their experiences of a poor solar power installation job done by the so-called engineers who do not have the technical know-how sees solar as something that does not work. However, the good news is “solar works” even perfectly than other means of power supply. Sure! We see bad jobs done by quacks engineers every day and we are proud at AWPS Renewable Energy Limited In correcting the poor jobs done by the quack engineers.
Solar power installation involves skills and experiences acquired over time, at AWPS we believe that, it’s not so called engineers that can deliver a clean solar power job by using the right cables, inverter, batteries, panels and charge controllers.
AWPS Renewable Energy is known for a clean job, high standard and integrity. This why our customers will rather preach about us and even refer us to people in need of Solar power in order to have access to constant power supply any where in Nigeria.