Power and Solar as Services:
How to continue Nigeria’s development?

Wednesday, October 23, 16:00 CEST

Solar utilization in Nigeria has made strides over the last 5 years, but still remains very low despite the enormous solar potential the country has. This Webinar will provide you with the opportunity to learn about the experience of a local team, rich of 100+ installed systems, and how they tackled the common challenges the solar industry faces in Nigeria.

  • What barriers and obstacles did we have to tackle to install those systems? Which market changes do we still require to be more efficient?

  • How do flexible financing solutions contribute in the realization of solar projects in Nigeria?

  • How will the Nigerian market evolve in the next 5 years?

Register for the webinar:

  • Victor Ezenwoko
  • Group Head Business Development
  • Victor Ezenwoko
  • Group Head Business Development
  • Daystar Power
Victor Ezenwoko is a member of the management board of Daystar Power Group, leading the business development and defining new business opportunities, supervising and executing projects and expansion across Africa.Daystar Power provides power solutions for commercial and industrial customers with a focus on hybrid solar power systems. Daystar Power serves a wide range of industries, including agricultural, manufacturing, and banking industries.Daystar Power has three objectives: reducing energy cost by 25%, providing stable power at 99% uptime and reducing pollution by cutting diesel consumption. Daystar Power is headquartered in Nigeria, with operations in other African countries such as Ghana and other West African geographies.Victor is an electrical engineer and business developer with his experience covering power engineering projects, sustainability, business strategy, and advisory services across Africa and North America. Before joining Daystar Power, he worked with Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC) and Great Lakes Controls and Engineering, Michigan.Victor holds a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Michigan State University and a Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Maryland, College Park.