Going green is undoubtedly the future of energy.

Already billions of dollars have been invested by economies across the world to migrate to green technologies.

Nigeria hasn’t been left behind with federal government planning several renewable energy initiatives, including a plan to build a plant in Abuja.

Now, foreign investors are also picking up interest in investing in the sector in Nigeria.

Such foreign investors include Shenzhen Kang Ming Sheng Technology Industry Incorporation, that is planning to invest in the building of a renewable and clean energy manufacturing plant in Nigeria to help end cases of black out.

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The company’s representative in Nigeria, Goodluck Mbam told newsmen during the launch of one its energy products, Kamisafe reading lamp, in Abuja that building the plant, which is a medium to long term plan, would support its products deployment in Nigeria.

Mbam disclosed that the plant, which would produce affordable solar panels, solar streetlights, energy-saving bulbs, rechargeable lamps and fans, would also help promote clean and renewable energy usage while creating jobs.

He also noted that the company is set to enter into partnership with some companies in the deployment of solar streetlights in some major cities across the country.

In addition, the firm will consider partnering with some malls in Lagos seeking to acquire its affordable 7.5 KVA solar panels to power their outlets.

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