Royal Power & Energy Limited has introduced new solar inverters and batteries into the Nigerian market.
The firm said it had since 2005 been offering products and services in the areas of power backup, power conditioning and power protection/monitoring.
The Deputy Managing Director, Royal Power & Energy Limited, Kesavan Madhavrao, at the launch of the Signal range of Tubular batteries and solar hybrid inverters in Lagos, said solar power was gaining momentum in Nigeria.
He said the solar inverters and batteries would help households and businesses to save costs and reduce carbon emissions.
Madhavrao said, “The solar market in Nigeria is growing in a very big way. The prices of solar panels have reduced and are coming down very significantly and that is making the products affordable. There is a big potential for solar in Nigeria.
“We want to expand into the nooks and crannies of Nigeria. We are operating in Lagos, and we have service centres in Abuja and Port Harcourt. We are expanding our presence all over Nigeria through our distributors and dealers.
“Our experience of 12 years in the Nigerian power industry helped our company to understand the needs of the market and offer high-performance products and systems that provide a high degree of reliability, serviceability and flexibility of operation which is backed up by excellent after-sales support.
According to him, the company’s offering includes products such as UPS, inverters, rectifiers, batteries, surge arrestors and transformers.
Madhavrao said, “We have collaborations with a number of international companies which have worldwide presence. With the presence of our regional offices in Nigeria, we have the strength to respond to problems/offer quick and excellent solutions to them at all times.
“We have installed over 2,000 power systems of different capacities and a number of energy centres of different capacities across the country. With our credentials, we are able to conduct power audits and power requirement recommendations.”
Source: The Punch