Husk Power Systems revealed its interest to tap in West Africa’s commercial space with clean energy installation. The Colorado-based energy startup is endorsed by the United Nations to deploy up to 500 small-scale electricity generators and Husk’s custom energy storage solar systems in Nigeria.
Since Husk attained the limelight more than a decade ago, the energy company has cleaned the sub-Saharan African electricity market in rural regions. Husk also serves the South Asian market with clean energy. Still, the Nigerian energy industry posed preferential to Husk’s clean energy ministry despite the existing plummet energy supply chain.
It is a no-brainer the Nigerian energy industry needs prompt transformation. Power supply in Nigeria encounters steady interruption during distribution — it is a common phenomenon in Nigeria. Husk’s clean energy solution is committed to distributing five hundred mini-grid solar systems in Nigeria.
Husk’s interconnected solar network performs non-stop energy distribution and its supply chain is available to all players involved in clean energy supply, including, energy suppliers, firms, retailers, individuals, and government.
The UN compact with Husk is ideal o redefine friendly climate conditions influenced by clean energy interconnected to Husk’s network. Husk’s commitment sets to deploy clean energy solar system installation without side effects on nature.
The Colorado-based clean energy startup budgeted a five-year timeline the UN compact is scheduled on the calendar.
Husk already has its clean energy services existing in the Nigerian market. Tanzania is another sub-Saharan country with lucrative commercial activities that sells Husk clean energy. Husk relentlessly serves the Indian rural economy as well with clean energy to plum global electrification.
Several SMEs have generated electricity with Husk’s technology. Husk continues to look out for SMEs to transform their enterprises with clean energy. Husk has reportedly deployed six mini-grid solar systems in Nigeria, operating twenty-four hours in seven days non-stop.
The husk is set to have installed hundreds of its mini-grid solar systems in Nigeria before its five-year timeline for distributing clean energy elapses.
It is a no-brainer the UN and Husk plan to transform Africa’s electrification — with more than 5000 mini-grid solar system installations before the next decade.
The effortless technology that renews clean energy bolsters its productivity and operations whereby billions of users can survive on electrification sourced from natural elements. Meanwhile, Husk stalks the Kenya market to expand its services within Africa.