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Mozambique develops First Solar Power Plant!

Mozambique is gearing up to develop its first solar photovoltaic (PV) power plant, funded by a consortium of financiers. The International Finance Corporation (IFC) has promised $19 million in funding as part of a $55 million package to support the new utility in Mocuba, Africa Times reported. According to Africa Times,Read More…

Dr Solar on “The Architect” FM 92.3

Here is part 2 of the radio showed. It was recorded June 6 2017. The Architect on Nigeria Info 92.3 with Adaora, Daniel and Ebi. Special Guest Christopher “Dr. Solar” Onwuasoanya

Environmentalist Tasks FG on Solar Energy

An environmental activist, Mr. Nnimo Bassey, has urged the Federal Government to  invest the money for the proposed nuclear power  project into solar power generation. Bassey, stated this recently at the University of Port Harcourt, during an  event on Peace, Nuclear Power and Types of Conflicts. He said most times,Read More…

Listen to Dr. Solar on 92.3 Nigeria Info Port Harcourt Part 1

Dr Solar appeared with Ebi Bozimo on the Architect with Host Adora and Daniel. Enjoy

No Power,  No Growth – Dangote

The President/Chief Executive of the Dangote Group, Aliko Dangote, has urged Nigeria leaders to address as a matter of urgency, the problem of power supply if the country wants to grow like others in the western world. Speaking as one of the panelists at a forum organized by the WorldRead More…

Industrial Use of Solar In Nigeria.

The Nigerian Economic Summit Group has urged stakeholders in the private sector to invest in solar and other sources of renewable energy to run their industries to minimize cost The development of solar and other renewable energy sources through off grid will enhance low carbon growth in the country saysRead More…

How Big & Reliable is your Battery Bank?

To sustain the growth profile of alternative energy systems like solar power, experts have stressed the need for the deployment of effective and quality energy storage systems like batteries. However, there is an area of concern that seems to be challenging among a small but vocal number of customers. BecauseRead More…

Setting corporate sustainability goals & Energy cost savings targets.

Deciding whether solar is right for your business depends on many factors, the suitability of your business, the support of your company’s leadership, and your current energy costs and rate volatility among others. And if saving over 80% on fuel costs is a high priority for your organization or home,Read More…

NAMA maps out strategies to GO SOLAR.

The Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) is switching to solar panels and batteries to boost its equipment, and also to reduce dependence on public power supply. The equipment, which is valued at several millions of naira, would be deployed to eight locations in Lagos, Calabar, Enugu, Sokoto and four others.Read More…

Solar energy & its abundant sun light.

To protect the environment and reduce dependence on fossil fuel, the Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF) has advocated the promotion of clean energy concept among secondary school students. The group also expressed the need for unity among stakeholders in encouraging environmental conservation, investment in clean energy and the recognition 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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