Daystar Power, a leading provider of solar power solutions, is currently in the process of installing a 713kWp ground-mounted solar system at Olam’s rice farm in Nasarawa State, Nigeria.
This was contained in a statement released by the company and obtained by EnergyDay on Wednesday.
According to Daystar Power, by adding solar to its energy mix, Olam will save on energy costs and reduce its carbon emissions.
It further stated that the initiative is part of the company’s efforts to provide affordable, reliable, and clean power to businesses across Africa.
EnergyDay gathered that the company’s solar hybrid power systems aim to reduce its spending on power, minimize dependence on polluting diesel generators, and cut carbon emissions.
“Daystar Power’s solutions offer continuous power through long-term contracts, with clients paying a monthly fee for power consumption and zero upfront costs.
“The company’s focus on integrating renewable energy into the power mix of various industries reflects its commitment to making clean energy more accessible in underserved areas.
“This installation is a significant step towards promoting sustainable energy practices in the region,” the statement stated.
EnergyDay gathered that the 713kWp ground-mounted solar system in the 10,000-hectare Olam rice farm in Nasarawa State, is part of the company’s commitment to sustainable agriculture and renewable energy in Nigeria.