Chinese firm plans solar equipment plant in Nigeria
Shenzhen KangMingSheng Technology Industry, a Chinese firm, is planning to site a manufacturing plant for solar-powered equipment in Nigeria.
Its subsidiary, Kamisafe Nigeria, announced in Abuja that the manufacturing plant would be used for the production of renewable energy gadgets that would help improve access to power supply across the country.
The Marketing Manager, Kamisafe Nigeria, Mbam Goodluck, disclosed this while inaugurating the Kamisafe Reader at the 50th Anniversary Conference and Exhibition of the Nigerian Optometry Association.
He said, “We are perfecting plans to site a manufacturing plant in Nigeria to produce solar-powered equipment for households, offices, schools, hospitals, communities, etc. The plant will be used for the production of solar-powered street lights, indoor renewable lamps, rechargeable energy-saving lamps, multi-functional mobile power supply, fans and many more.
“This move will further enhance clean energy access to power users across the country, for we know that the world is gradually tilting towards the use of environmentally friendly energy, as most people now talk about clean energy. So, it is important to note that one major way you can get clean energy is through the use of solar to power your gadgets.”
He said Kamisafe’s investment in Nigeria would help increase the power of technology, innovation and research in the country on an annual basis, introduce hi-tech creative talents, realise mechanisation of production lines, take user experience as a guide and strengthen the firm’s service system. Source: The Punch