Electricity: Nigerian Man Installs Higher Solar-Powered Inverter in His House, Reduces 'NEPA' Bill

Electricity: Nigerian Man Installs Higher Solar-Powered Inverter in His House, Reduces 'NEPA' Bill

  • In a bid to reduce his electricity bill and carbon footprint, a Nigerian man decided to install a solar-powered inverter system
  • A year after the skeptical solar trial, the man saw that his electricity cost drastically reduced and decided to do an upgrade
  • A solar installer shared the new solar-powered inverter system the man went for that has made him almost self-sufficient

A Nigerian man has become almost self-sufficient in terms of electricity generation after he decided to go solar.

Agbaje Olarewaju, a solar installer, narrated how the Nigerian man employed his services to install a solar-powered inverter system a year ago.

Nigerian man reduces his electricity bill, installs higher solar inverter in his house
Solar installer setting up his client's solar-powered inverter. Photo Credit: Agbaje Olarewaju
Source: Facebook

According to Agbaje, his client was unsure about the effectiveness of solar energy and was concerned about reducing his electricity bill.

Man upgrades his solar energy

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After enjoying using solar, the man did an upgrade a year later. Agbaje said the man invested in a 220AH tubular battery, four additional panels, and a 2.5kVA 12v inverter.

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In a Facebook post, Agbaje commented on his client's solar upgrade:

"...The upgrade was seamless, and the increased capacity meant that he was almost entirely self-sufficient in terms of energy.
"Now, not only does he save more on his electricity bills, but he also enjoys the peace of mind that comes from knowing he's free from the electricity grid prob.lem
"His journey with solar energy has been so positive that he often encourages his friends and family to consider it. He went from doubting if it would make a difference to wondering why he didn't do it sooner."

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Reactions trail the solar installation

Tuns Oseni Shuiab said:

"Am interested how can I get mine."

James Adams said:

"Nice Job."

Engr Abdulmalik Usaini said:

"Good job."

Adedokun Segun said:

"Good job."

Samantha China said:

"That's good job, we are inverter and controller factory in China. Hope we have chance to work together."

Lady displays 'cheap' solar inverter she bought

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a Nigerian lady had displayed the 'cheap' solar inverter she bought which serves her well.

Chinwe said they don't usually turn on their generator at home overnight, which meant they had to deal with the heatwave any time power was interrupted. In a Facebook post, Chinwe shared a picture of the solar inverter she tagged cheap.

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Chinwe noted that the solar inverter powers her fan, bulbs, and sockets. When fully charged, it can last overnight. She added that it is charged by the sun and electricity.

Proofread by Kola Muhammed, journalist and copyeditor at Legit.ng

Source: Legit.ng

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