Comcore, a global technology and solar company has unveiled its renewable energy products to reduce the challenges in Nigeria’s energy sector.
Nigerian Newssphere learnt this on Tuesday at the Product launch event in Abuja.
In his remarks with journalists shortly after the launch, the Chief Executive Officer, MACOSINE and a partner with Comcore, Mr Ayomide Ketiku disclosed that the company in partnership with stakeholders would set up a Research and Development centre to address energy crisis facing in Nigeria.
He said the company plan to add additional 30mw to the nation’s offgrid energy.
“COMCORE as a technology and energy company, is partnering with MACOSINE to set up a Research and Development centre here in Nigeria to analyse Nigeria’s energy problems”.
“Within the next 18-months the R & D would commence across the country”, he stated.
He said the company will be looking to increasing the country’s power capacity upward by 30mw.
Ayomide explained that the components of the device locally sourced.
He added that the partnership will halt the endemic challenges facing Nigeria power industry.
“This kind of development will create a great asset to the country’s economy because a lot of jobs will be created. The centre will resolve Nigeria’s power sector.
Speaking at the event, the General Manager of Techen Group, Comcore global, Kenny Sun said the product will help close Nigeria’s energy gap via its renewable solutions.
He also stated that the company plans to partner federal government on renewable energy solutions and power technologies.
He listed portable power station, energy storage batteries, home solar systemn, solar PV Street light, electricity and water metres as some its leading products.
“Nigeria is the biggest market in Africa. Our product is solar energy, solar is free. The rising cost of diesel, fuel and other energy in Nigeria brought tough time to many businesses. However, our products will bring 24hrs power to Nigerians” he said.
According to Statista, 38 per cent of Nigerian households still lack power supply in 2021, especially those living in villages, rural communities.