- Nigerian media has reported the state of Ebonyi has signed an agreement with a Chinese company to set up a solar power factory in the state
- Chinese company being referred to is Foshan Sunchees Energy Company
- The two have signed a $4 million agreement for solar system production
- With this infrastructure in place, it hopes to be able to export clean energy to the rest of Africa, and also generate more employment along with spreading clean energy within the state
The Nigerian state of Ebonyi will take help from a Chinese company in setting up a solar module factory. Solar system manufacturer from China, Foshan Sunchees Energy Company signed an agreement with the state government, which included a $4 million solar system production agreement, reported local Nigerian media without sharing any more details about the development.
Ebonyi Governor David Umahi said the agreement reflected the state’s vision to be one of the industrialized economies in the country. This will generate employment as well as produce clean energy that could be exported to the rest of the African continent.
The website of Foshan Sunchees says the company specializes in solar power and wind power products including solar wind hybrid systems, on-grid and off-grid PV systems, solar hybrid inverter, and the like.