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Firm to train youths on solar panels, battery installations



As part of effort aimed at addressing poverty and creating wealth, D2H Services is set to train and empower youths on solar panels and battery installations.

In a chat with The Guardian, the company’s Sales and Marketing Manager, Kaushik Biswas, said the initiative was borne out of an observation the firm made some few years ago, which indicated that young people without any formal training were the ones running around installing the inverters for their customers.


He said: “This encouraged us to initiate this programme for the International Youth Day to make them grow, support them with the required knowledge and expertise and train them to attract and retain customers. We believe once we can help these youths scale up their activities, our business will further expand, because the more installers you have, the more business and growth you achieve. It’s a win-win for us and them.”

Also, Director, D2H Services, Dollar Vora, noted the company through its products was encouraging the populace to embrace solar energy in accordance with the energy transition.


“We sell other products like agricultural equipment, and generators too, but batteries and solar panels have been the core of our business for some years now. We are planning to localise production of our products. You know our business is currently based on importation, which is expensive. We want to source for materials locally and see how we can manufacture cheaply here in Nigeria,” he said.

Established 22 years, D2H Services was incorporated in Nigeria in 2015. The company employs over 200 people directly and indirectly and has served over 3500 clients in Nigeria so far.


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