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Huawei, Fouani Unveil Solar Solution to Curb Carbon Emissions

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In collaboration with Fouani Nigeria Limited, Huawei has introduced a new smart solar solution, the Power-M Inverter, to curb carbon emissions in Nigeria. This groundbreaking product, available in various specifications, promises to transform energy consumption patterns in residential and commercial sectors.

According to a report by The Guardian, the innovative Power-M Inverter stands out with features designed to overhaul energy utilization, marking a significant stride in eco-friendly technology. “The rising demand for clean, cost-effective energy inspired this partnership,” explained Mohamed Fouani, Managing Director of Fouani Nigeria Limited, during the product’s launch.

Easily accessible, the solution is now up for grabs across nine key cities, spanning over 50 Fouani outlets nationwide. The reach extends from Lagos and Abuja to Port Harcourt and Kano, ensuring availability. Catering to a spectrum of needs, the product’s capacity ranges from five kilowatts to multi-megawatt configurations, suitable for home, organizational, or industrial applications.

“The sun’s energy is a universal gift, free for all to harness,” Fouani added, highlighting the product’s appeal. He reassured that the initiative isn’t about rivalry. “We foresee even distribution companies (Discos) embracing solar solutions as global trends shift in that direction,” he remarked.

Corroborating Fouani’s enthusiasm, Eric Yang, a director at Huawei, emphasized the product’s cost-effective nature. “Amidst soaring oil prices and energy distribution hurdles, solar solutions like ours are the timely answer to people’s power needs,” he asserted. According to Yang, the Power-M Inverter efficiently addresses domestic, commercial, and industrial demands.

By launching this solar solution, Huawei and Fouani Nigeria Limited are not just offering a sustainable alternative to traditional energy sources but also propelling Nigeria toward a greener, more energy-efficient future.

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