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Kano, Nigeria

Power for the Sabon Gari Market

Sabon Gari market has been often in the headlines because of big fires, that destroyed large parts of the market. The root cause was the usage of many diesel generators. The Nigerian government and various companies have jointly come up with a solution. Equipped with the BOS Systems all 12,000 shops receive green, stable and affordable power for lamps, fans, television, computer and mobile phones. More markets have followed.
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1.6 MWh total usable battery capacity

100% Lithium

1.6 MWp of solar PV
1.6 MWh installed lithium capacity
Single-phase connection with individual energy hubs 6-10 systems eahc.

160 Modules installed
Smart Energy Storage Systems
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