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Solad connects 10,000 small business to affordable power


Solad Power Group has connected its 10,000th small business to affordable and reliable power across its portfolio of mini-grids in Nigeria, marking a significant milestone in the company’s growth and development.
The company is a participant in Nigeria’s Rural Electrification Agency (REA) Mini-Grid component under the Nigeria Electrification Project (NEP) and is a core investor in the Sura shopping complex, the Sabon Gari Market, and a joint venture partner in the Virtus portfolio of decentralised energy projects across the country.
Commenting on the agreement, the company’s Chief Operating Officer and Chief Executive Officer for Nigeria, Yewande Olagbende, said: “Connecting our 10,000th small business is an achievement we are extremely proud of, and a clear validation of the unmet demand for affordable and reliable power amongst Nigeria’s millions of small businesses. But this is just the beginning of our journey.
“In addition to our existing investment programme to roll out more mini-grids in market clusters across the country, we are now able to provide individual businesses and homes with dedicated power solutions that can be installed rapidly. This is an opportunity we are very excited about, allowing us to rapidly expand our customer base further,” he said, noting that this is particularly important for households and small businesses, which have been badly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.


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