As the price of fuel continues to increase with blackout from electricity providers and the unbearable heat, Nigerians are finding alternatives to produce domestic energy.
Research conducted by this day live as of January reveals that over 1.25% of households in the country have solar panels installed in their homes. And the figure has grown with time.
The good part of these solar panels is that they have a very little (almost negligible) negative impact on our environment and is one sure way to reduce our country’s dependence on oil.
Will our leaders invest in this gold mine? We can only watch and wait.
But while waiting (and hoping) that the price of fuel would return to normal, you can save your family some sweat by installing a solar panel in your home today.
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