Jubaili Bros Offers PV-Diesel Genset Hybrid Systems in Nigeria

  • Jubaili Bros (Engineering) Limited, a diesel generator manufacturer and seller in Nigeria, has concluded plans to introduce PV-Diesel Genset Hybrid Systems into the Nigerian market.

According to the firm, the new solution, which represents a combination of renewable energy with traditional diesel generators, is expected to lower operation costs of industrial firms by at least 60-70 per cent , as well as reduce carbon emission by 112 tonnes yearly.

The company has a 200KW of solar energy system installed at its plant in Oregun , Lagos, the firm explained that the move has helped to reduce its fuel costs.

“Diesel generators has been the primary solution; we offer to provide quick on-demand electricity to our customers. However, in a bid to deliver other options, Jubaili Bros has invested and developed renewable energy alternatives, in particular solar with or without a battery backup,” the company’s Business Development Manager, Rami Suleiman told journalists at a media briefing in Lagos last  Monday.

According to him, the company’s strategy is to combine renewable energy with traditional diesel generators to cut fuel consumption cost, while at the same time retaining the flexibility of having on demand power supply anytime of the day or night.

“Our hybrid solutions are optimum for industrial firms, telecom application, off-grid remote locations, and even for grid connected application in locations where the utility power supply is unsustainable,” the company said.

The firm’s Marketing Manager, George Kai explained that by adding renewable solar energy to its core generating sets business, Jubaili Bros is committed to provide complete turn-on key power solutions in Nigeria and other countries in the EMEA.

Considering the cost of the project at the initial stage, Suleiman urged interested off-takers to explore financing options from the Bank of Industry (BoI) in order to enjoy cheap financing with a long tenor.

Author: GBA News Desk

Source: Pressreader

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