Total Nigeria Plc has expressed commitment to explore alternative energy solutions in a bid to bring respite to homes and help the nation solve electricity supply crises.
Specifically, the oil major has commenced a new Solar Home Solutions to be implemented in pilot phases for households throughout the federation. This innovation complements the recent introduction of solar rechargeable lamps and solar powered filling stations.
The Managing Director, Total Nigeria Plc, Alexis Vovk, on the occasion of the 7th Lagos State Summit for Climate Change, remarked that with the global climate change and increasing carbon emission becoming one of the most serious threats facing humanity, Total Nigeria Plc sees the need for alternative energy technologies and solutions; as part of the company’s “efforts to lead the campaign for a greener tomorrow, we have taken bold steps to venture into a more environmental friendly energy solutions.”
“However, I will like to emphasize that though we have only just introduced the commercial offer of the solar solutions; it is a project that has long been developed. Our solar solutions include the Hybrid energy solutions for industries, the Solar Home Solution for families and homes and our portable, mobile Awango Total Solar lamps,” he said.