… Media Chat and Project Roadmap Presentation Scheduled For Lagos, Nigeria

LAGOS, Nigeria & NEW YORK – Feb. 17, 2021 – PRLog — B&S POWER HOLDING PTE, a Singapore based renewable energy corporation, and SUNNYFRED GLOBAL, a Nigerian investment entity, have concluded arrangements in collaboration with other stakeholders and Technical Partners, to Design, Develop,  Finance and Construct West Africa’s Largest Solar Photovoltaic Farm in Nigeria – THE ASHAMA 200MW/HR SOLAR PV FARM.

The Solar Photovoltaic Project is located on about 304 Hectares of Land in Ashama Village, Aniocha South of Delta State in Nigeria.

According to a statement from GREENPLINTH AFRICA, Consultants & Strategic Partners to the Project Promoters, a Media Chat & Project Roadmap Presentation would take place on Thursday, 25th February 2021 by 11am (WAT) at SHERATON HOTEL Lagos, Nigeria.

The event with the theme “Sustainable and Affordable Energy Access for Communities in Nigeria” will highlight the importance of the Ashama Solar Photovoltaic Project to the host community, state, the nation and the continent in general.

The Media Chat and Project Roadmap Presentation would be chaired by Prof. Abubakar Sani Sambo, Vice Chancellor, Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto; Chairman, Ministerial Policy and Technical Advisory Committee on Environment in Nigeria and Former Director-General, Energy Commission of Nigeria.

Distinguished Speakers, Technical Partners and Strategic National and international Stakeholders would join B&S POWER HOLDING PTE and SUNNYFRED GLOBAL to present the ASHAMA 200MW/HR SOLAR PV Project to the general public.

According to the World Bank, over 80 million Nigerians are without access to electricity and millions more suffer from poor service despite efforts by the Federal Government to provide electricity in the country. And also about 60 Million of these Nigerians spend more than N1.6 Trillion on fossil fuel generators yearly. The Federal Government of Nigeria however expects renewable energy to fill a substantial portion of the electricity poverty gap in the country.

In Africa, Power is Inaccessible, Unaffordable, and Unreliable for most people. This traps people in poverty; students find it difficult to read after dark, clinics cannot refrigerate vaccines and businesses have shorter operating hours.  Today, more than 25 African countries face an energy crisis.  The African continent is well endowed with energy resources, but most remain untapped.

GREENPLINTH AFRICA … A Pan-African Green Solutions Corporation

ENERGY EFFICIENCY FIRST 4 AFRICA … Ending Energy Poverty in Sub-Saharan Africa, is a Green Movement!

“Energy is at the heart of most critical Economic, Environmental and Developmental issues facing the world today. Clean, Efficient, Affordable and Reliable Energy Services are indispensable for Global Prosperity”. “In Africa, Power is Inaccessible, unaffordable, and Unreliable for most people.  This traps people in poverty; students find it difficult to read after dark, clinics cannot refrigerate vaccines and businesses have shorter operating hours.  Today, 25 African countries face an energy crisis.  The African continent is well endowed with energy resources, but most remain untapped.” – World Bank Report

 

OVERALL STRATEGIC GOALS:

  • To create THE FUTURE, WE WANT NOW IN AFRICA”, Efficient, Affordable, Sustainable, Clean and Green Energy is the key, while “ENERGY EFFICIENCY FIRST FOR AFRICA (EEF4A)” is our visionary goal for ending CONTINENTAL ENERGY POVERTY and Enthroning Sustainable Economic Growth and Development!
  • To make Nigeria a Regional Hub for Clean Energy/Low Carbon Economic Development in Africa, beginning with the ECOWAS Sub-Region, through mobilizing public private investments in a unique Partnership Engagement Strategy never witnessed, in harmony with the UNITED NATIONS SUSTAINABLE ENERGY FOR ALL (SE4ALL) Mission!
  • We are Championing Sustainable and Affordable Energy for all, in Africa, with focus on the provision of Smart Solar Powered Solutions with Planned Efficient Lighting and Superlative Powering units for over 100 Million Africans in Five years!
  • Our Strategic Partnership with the Federal Government of Nigeria through the FEDERAL MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY, TRADE & INVESTMENT, as well as the FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER has been the catalyst to us in Co-Championing this Landmark National initiative at this critical phase of our National Development for a Low Carbon Trajectory for Consumption and Production of our Economy for a Climate Safe Nigeria!

 

MILESTONES:

*Mini-Grids Clean Energy & Sustainable Power Projects …

FULLVIEW’s 4.7GW (4,700MW) Bloc Mini-Grid Projects in Lagos and Abuja, Nigeria

 

*The National Solar Power Programme for MSMEs …A Zero Grid Efficient Solar Power Initiative for Empowering MSMEs in Nigeria … #ENDENERGYPOVERTYINNIGERIA

 

*Africa’s First Exclusively Green 5 Star Hotel & Resort …

A Full Green, Superlative Hotel and Resort in Nigeria … 100% Green Efficient Technologies, Net-Zero Emissions and the First Zero Waste Hotel & Resort in Africa

 

*Green Smart Cities Projects in Nigeria …

  • OGUN State Green Smart City Project (300 Hectares)
  • OBUDU Solar Smart City Project (300 Hectares)
  • CALABAR Solar Smart City Project (500 Hectares)

 

*All-inclusive Solar Energy Health Intervention Project …

National Clinics Construction Project (774 Local Government Areas in Nigeria)

 

*Development and Construction of Africa’s First Smart Green, Zero Waste, Zero Carbon Housing Estates Project and Topnotch Sustainable Development Green Initiatives (100% Clean Energy – Wholly Green and Fully Sustainable Municipalities and Projects – over 40 Projects in Nigeria …

  • Abuja, Lagos, Ondo, Delta, Kogi, Kaduna, Abia States, et al.

 

*Green Estates, Industries, Institutions, Hostels and other Green Zero-Waste Projects …

  • Magodo – 2 Extension – Construction of 5,000 Housing Units in Lagos
  • 201+ Hectares Auto City Development in Abuja
  • 60 Hectares Housing Estate Development at Maitama District in Abuja
  • Relocation of Ikoyi Correctional Centre to Epe in Lagos, under a Land Swap arrangement – with three different stand-alone projects in one (Including Commercial Properties and 8 Mega Industries)
  • The Next Landlords Affordable Housing Collaborative Initiative (Next Landlord Housing Cooperative Society)
  • Maryland, Lagos Construction of 1000 Housing Units
  • Ogudu (Ologudu) foreshore land reclamation for Construction of 3000 Housing Units and Tourist Centre
  • And over 28 innovative Green Projects in Abuja, Lagos, Ondo, Ekiti, Kogi, Sokoto, Imo and Delta States (Including the First Smart Green Modular Refinery in Africa) among other exclusive Green Initiatives in Nigeria and Ghana.