Amid lingering power crisis, solar product sales in Nigeria increased by over 62 percent in the second half of last year, a new report released on Tuesday by the global association for the off-grid solar energy industry, GOGLA, shows.
The report, which was produced by GOGLA, Lighting Global – a World Bank initiative, Efficiency for Access Coalition and Berenschot – a Dutch management consultancy firm, said Nigeria represented 66 percent of all the off-grid lighting products sold in West Africa.
“Nigeria represents over half of West African sales and therefore the trends at the regional level are in large part reflective of the situation in Nigeria. Nigeria has again recorded particularly high sales volumes this reporting round reaching 391,000 units. This is a 62 percent increase on the first half of 2021,” it said.
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