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Huawei Introduces Smart Solar Solutions in Kano

By Ojugbele Omotunde

Huawei Digital Power Nigeria’s Director, Ni Zhilin, recently announced the launch of a new line of smart solar products aimed at providing sustainable energy solutions for businesses, residences, and industries in Kano State, Nigeria.

Huawei, renowned globally for its digital power products and solutions, unveiled its FusionSolar smart solar range during the launch event.

Zhilin emphasized the importance of renewable energy as a viable and intelligent choice for Nigeria’s energy landscape.

Despite Nigeria’s status as the largest generator importer, Zhilin advocates for solar energy adoption in light of escalating electricity tariffs and diesel prices, which render the current energy approach unsustainable.

Mohammed Bello Umar, Chairman of the Manufacturing Association of Nigeria (MAN), highlighted the severe impact of energy challenges on the country’s manufacturing sector.

Umar pointed out that rising or unpredictable energy costs inflate production expenses and market prices.

Furthermore, energy shortages in specific regions disrupt operations and supply chains, resulting in raw material scarcity, reduced market competitiveness, and limited investment opportunities for business expansion.

MAN has partnered with Huawei for smart solar solutions to combat energy challenges.

Umar cited Huawei’s standing as the world’s largest exporter of PV inverters and battery storage systems, lauding their efficient delivery, cost-effective solutions, and dependable brand reputation that ensures seamless sales and installation processes.

Additionally, Huawei’s comprehensive project development and operational services provide reassurance to customers.

Jeremiah Ejiroghene Aminode, Huawei Digital Power Nigeria’s Solution Manager, disclosed that the company has already powered over 2.7 million homes globally with its smart solar products.

Aminode highlighted that Huawei’s inverters and batteries boast a robust 5-10-year warranty, with capacities ranging from 2MWh for industrial applications to 5KWh for residential households.

This strategic move by Huawei signals a significant step towards enhancing energy sustainability in Kano and underscores the company’s commitment to advancing renewable energy solutions across Nigeria’s energy landscape.

 

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