Over the past year, the demand for a stable and uninterrupted power supply has increased day by day due to power outages in Nigeria, which are primarily caused by insufficient gas supply, low power generation, system collapse, and vandalism.
The need to provide consistent electricity is critical in our society, and power outages increase the demand for renewable energy sources to power our homes, businesses, and communities.
We can help to maintain a sustainable level of energy and protect our environment from climate change by harnessing solar energy through creativity, innovation, and expansion. Renewable energy sources, according to the International Energy Agency, can grow rapidly from this year to 2022, accounting for 30% of the world’s electricity today. In the face of global warming, now is the time to establish a network that will transform our world into a better place to live.
This, however, is only possible if we all agree to switch to solar energy at this critical juncture.
Nigeria set a new renewable energy milestone in 2022, setting a new record.
Solarity Plus Limited celebrated its first business day on June 30, 2022.
Nigeria hit a new record in 2022 when it hit a new renewable energy milestone. On June 30, 2022, Solarity Plus Limited celebrated its business day with the top 100 fastest-growing SMEs in Nigeria.
It is expected that the number of renewable energy sources will continue to grow in the future as power demand rises.