…Project will save the varsity 3000mt metric tonnes CO2 emissions.

Africa’s acclaimed fastest-growing solar power company, Rensource, is installing a 5-megawatt solar facility at the Baze University, a private tertiary institution in Abuja, Nigeria’s nation capital.

The chief executive officer of Rensource, Prince Ojeabulu, said in a statement yesterday that the facility has the capacity to provide renewable energy to residents within the university environs.

According to Ojeabulu, the company will finish the first phase of the 5MW solar solution’s construction in the first quarter of 2023. He explained that the installation will produce more than 2,000mwh of clean energy throughout the project’s lifetime, saving the university 3000 metric tonnes CO2 emissions.

“We are proud of this massive 5 MW project demonstrating Rensource’s ability to design, fund, and execute solar projects for C&I clients. Baze University and its students, including at the new world-class teaching hospital, demand reliability to power everyday learning in classrooms, and Rensource’s’ solar installation will provide that.

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“We look forward to designing and funding similar projects for C&I clients that play crucial roles in Africa’s modern economy and society, like Baze University.” the Rensource boss said.

Commenting on the project, the university deputy vice-chancellor, Mr. David Ogbonna, said, Rensource was the clear choice for Baze University when they were looking for a partner to develop the significant solar installation on the campus.

“Baze University identified Rensource as having the engineering and technical ability to deliver this project, and we look forward to being partners with them for years to come,” he said

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