Governor Nasir El-Rufai of Kaduna State believes that renewable energy and solar power are the future of the developing world and he doesn’t want his state to be left behind.

So, he decided to investment is the Blue Camel Renewable Solar Power Assembly Plant and Renewable Energy Training Academy in Kaduna.

He inaugurated the plant on Wednesday and said with the present development, every home could generate its own electricity.

“The world today has become mobile, personal, decentralised and aggregated with the rapid drop in components required to make solar energy.”

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He explained later, “Today, we laid the foundation for the democratisation of electric energy to every home and every school in Kaduna State.”

According to him, solar energy is the future of electricity supply, it is cost effective and easier to ensure that every home gets supply.

“It is possible, and we are going to show that it is possible in Kaduna State because Blue Camel will not only energise street lights but also schools and primary health centres,” he added.

The Managing Director and Founder of Blue Camel, Yusuf Suleiman, said the power assembly plant and training academy was initiated and completed within eight months.