AWPS Renewable Energy

How do the Chinese Products compare

Before I give you my opinion, I will lift something out of an article I read. The following export product groups categorize the highest dollar value in Chinese global shipments during 2020. Also shown is the percentage share each export category represents in terms of overall exports from China. Electrical machinery, equipment: US$710.1 billion (27.4% …

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We are now the exclusive distributor for SOLAX Power in West Africa

  July 1st, 2021 SOLAX Power signs distribution agreement with AWPS Renewable Energy, LTD for West Africa (minus Ghana) AWPS Renewable Energy, LTD is proud to announce the conclusion of a multimillion dollar agreement between AWPS Renewable Energy, and SOLAX Power. SOLAX Power, is one of the worlds most successful hybrid inverter manufacturers and has …

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Electrifying Nigerian Agriculture with Clean Minigrids to Improve Livelihoods

 Andrew Allee, James Sherwood, Falaq Tidjani and Ayodeji Ojo Electrifying Nigerian Agriculture with Clean Minigrids to Improve Livelihoods A new Power Africa study finds immediate opportunity to initiate and scale the productive use of energy from Nigerian minigrids by electrifying three prevalent agricultural processing activities: rice milling, grain flour milling, and cassava grating. For the hundreds of …

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Yemen’s ‘microgrid girls’ power community amid war and COVID-19

Yemen’s ‘microgrid girls’ power community amid war and COVID-19 A women-run solar station near the front line in Abs is empowering its owners and improving life in their community. A woman checks batteries at the Abs solar microgrid station [Photo courtesy of SDF YEMEN] By Veronique Mistiaen 18 Oct 2020 “The role of women was housework …

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In Nigeria, citizens pay more for darkness than electricity

12.10.2020, Niyi Oyedeji THE anger and frustration on Adelana Martins’ face are unmistakable – there is a power outage just about the time he wants to iron his clothes. The power failure has thwarted his plan to appear at work by 2 pm in crispy uniform. Yet, he dares not appear in office in mufti, …

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‘Manufacturers In Nigeria Spent Over N67.38bn On Self-Generated Electricity In 2019’

BUSINESS NEWS By Akin Adewakun – Lagos On Sep 10, 2020 The president of the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN), Ahmed Mansur has stated that over N67.38 billion was spent by members to generate electricity off the national grid, so as to keep their businesses going in 2019. Making the disclosure on Thursday in Lagos at a media …

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