Nigeria Solar Electricity Company Introduces First of Its Kind 500 KWh Hybrid Inverter Electricity Power Plant

PSC Solar UK Ltd (Africa’s leading Solar panel manufacturers and total Solar Electricity Systems Integrator) in partnership with Tesvolt of Germany has introduced first ever in Africa, 500KWh LiFePo4Mn  Amalgam Power Plant.

PSC Solar UK Ltd is a multinational manufacturer of high quality German made Xantra brand super pure sine wave inverters from 1.5KVA to 50KVA.

CEO/MD of PSC Solar UK, Dr. Patrick Owelle and Tesvolt Executives, Frank Braun and Mathias Zdzieblowski in an interactive session disclosed that orders for 40 units of the large utility scale power plants  from local governments, industrial and business customers in Nigeria, Ghana, Benin, Togo and Niger are currently being produced and will be shipped within 2 weeks.


Dr. Owelle states that now, we are currently bringing advanced technology electricity power plants to the market place and that soon, there will be no more excuse for citizens of Nigeria, Ghana, Benin, Togo and Niger to groan in darkness.

He further explained that this system can provide power to over 100 residential homes at absolutely no cost other than the initial acquisition cost —- No more high electricity or diesel/petrol costs. 

These units are excellent for Estates, large apartment buildings, schools, hospitals, Churches and mosques,government buildings etc.

Dr. Owelle stated that although the power plant on display is 500KWh, the Company has capacity to produce systems as small as 7KWh and as large as over 1Mwh.

For further information or to download a technical data sheet or other wide ranges of deep cycle batteries, inverters, charge controllers, solar electricity systems etc, kindly visitwww.pscsolaruk.com or send email enquiry to info@pscsolaruk.com or telephone at 016280208 or 08120855444

9 thoughts on “Nigeria Solar Electricity Company Introduces First of Its Kind 500 KWh Hybrid Inverter Electricity Power Plant

  • January 20, 2016 at 4:45 pm
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    What is the status of your 10-mega watt solar panel manufacturing plant in Nigeria located at Warewa, along Lagos-Ibadan Expressway, Ogun State? Very excited to see a solar panel manufacturing plant in Nigeria.

    Emmanuel Egbumokei
    0703 4055 412

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    • January 26, 2016 at 10:30 am
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      Thank you for your concern and kind words. We shall issue out a press release once our Nigerian plant is up and running.

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  • February 22, 2016 at 2:11 pm
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    Wow! I’m so glad to have discovered your web site and I’m so happy to know there is a manufacturing company of Europeans standard inverter and renewable products in Nigeria.
    For some years now, I’ve been an authorised dealer of an Asian company’s renewable products and I encountered a lot of unnecessary challenges.
    But with PSC company in town,that will be a by gone. I want to be part of PSC UK. I want to start introducing PSC products to my clients.

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  • February 27, 2016 at 9:45 am
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    I m patiently waiting for the psc solar manufacturing plant to start production and I hope it will be this year. I work in a secondary school with about 250 persons staff and students. The source of power Is a diesel generator which is very expensive to use. The major appliances are about 10-20 air conditioners, 5 deep freezers, water pumping machine, several bulbs, street lights, fans and several laptops ND tvs.

    1.) Can we have a proposal for the kind of solar system that can power the school with uninterrupted power supply for 24hrs and it’s cost component.

    2.) can we bring our jet club students for a field trip to your organization especially the 10mw solar manufacturing plant @ warewa.

    I look forward to your feedback in this regard.
    Thank you

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    • February 27, 2016 at 9:50 am
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      1.) can we have a request for a power plant just like the 500kw or 7kwh to power the school. I believe we would have to first of all determine the energy requirement of the school before determining whether to use a 7kwh, 10kwh or less or more.

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  • February 27, 2016 at 2:22 pm
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    Hello Mustapha, thank you for your interest in PSC Solar. We have responded to your inquiry via e-mail.

    Regards.

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  • March 21, 2016 at 12:35 pm
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    When is your seminar ,and how can I be one of ur distributors .

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  • November 28, 2017 at 7:14 am
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    We import solar materials from Korea, if interested contact us.mail attached.

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    • July 1, 2019 at 1:27 pm
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      Thanks Byeolhas,

      We will consider this if need arises.

      Regards.

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