The Group Managing Director of Omatek Ventures Plc, Florence Seriki, has said the integrated Information and Communications Technology company is set to bridge the power gap in Nigeria.
Seriki said Omatek was now more than ready to partner the Federal Government to offer affordable power solutions to communities and rural areas as part of President Muhammadu Buhari’s agenda of finding a lasting solution to the perennial power problems in the country.
She said in a statement that the company’s latest and modern solar factory was in the best position to immensely provide the assistance towards ensuring that the Federal Government delivers enduring power to Nigerians.
Seriki, who disclosed this at a public forum in Lagos, said the 50KVA three-phase off-grid solar solution inaugurated recently in their factory would provide 24/7 power with 85 per cent reduction in power consumption for factories, banks, telecoms firms, government and other organisations that require big power installations.
According to the Omatek boss, the factory assembles locally 12-watts, 20-watts, 500-watts power solutions that can replace generators used in homes, shops, small and medium enterprises, churches, for rural electrification and rural system, street lighting implementation, among others.