Total’s 118kWp solar system to reduce Nigeria’s energy cost by 30%

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03 March 2018, , Lagos —Total Nigeria Plc has unveiled two sets of solar power systems aimed at supporting the company’s current electricity infrastructure in Lagos.

In a statement, the company disclosed that its 118kWp solar hybrid power system lubricant blending plant located in Kirikiri, Lagos and commissioned on October 24 last year, will reduce energy cost by 30 percent.

Another system, a 109kWp hybrid solar photovoltaic solution, installed at its corporate head office on Victoria Island, Lagos was commissioned on December 9.

The system, which utilises 333 Sunpower PV modules, has reduced energy costs by 25%.

Both solutions are complete hybrid solar photovoltaic solutions that require proper integration and perfect synchronisation of solar panels, diesel generators, and grid, as sources of electricity.

It ensures a flawless stability of the plant’s micro-grid at any given time and also helps to optimise energy costs.

The company again said it now has about 15 service stations powered by solar systems nationwide, as well as a full range of Solar Home Solutions offered to power homes and businesses across the country.

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