Wednesday, 6 September 2017

Azuru Technologies intervene in Nigeria power problem, deploy PayGo solar systems.

There is no doubt that there are several communities in Nigeria yet to be connected to the national grid and government is still finding it difficult to bring them in.

But a commercial provider of PayGo solar systems to rural off-grid communities, Azuri Technologies Limited, has made that very easy and affordable with its Azuri Quad.

At a media briefing in Lagos on Tuesday, the company’s executives disclosed that since its launch in 2016, Nigerians already enjoying its services have had sweet stories to tell to the world.

According to the General Manager of the firm in charge of the West African region, Mrs Vera Nwanze, over 300 people subscribed to its PayGo solar system in the first three weeks of the launch in Kano, adding that over 100,000 people spread across sub saharan Africa are already enjoying the services of the firm.

Mrs Nwanze disclosed that Azuri Technologies Ltd has the mandate to deploy about 20,000 units of the system to northern part of the country within a year.

The General Manager further said that firm’s PayGo solar system has made it possible for students in rural areas of the country to study at night, excelling in schools because of this, while the system has also helped parents save money as well as reduce health hazards associated with kerosene explosions and others.

Full story at Daily Post.

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