Application solar garden wall light and solar street light in Nigeria
Nigeria is Africa’s most populous country and the largest economy in Africa. With good economic development prospects, strong market purchasing power and rich natural resources. Nigeria is the largest oil producer and exporter in Africa. Proven oil reserves rank second in Africa and 11th in the world; proven natural gas reserves rank first in Africa and tenth in the world.
In April 2017, Nigeria announced the launch of the Nigeria Economic Recovery and Development Plan (ERGP). The goal of this plan is to achieve a stable environment and restore economic growth. Specific measures include improving transportation infrastructure and developing railway, highway and port facilities.
Lighting engineering is essential in infrastructure construction. Traditional lighting fixtures, such as street lights, require a lot of time and money to maintain. Solar lighting does not require wiring, is convenient to install. And does not need to spend time on maintenance.
Recommend several solar garden wall light and solar street light in Nigeria for you:
Natural advantages of using solar lights in Nigeria
Solar lights use solar energy and choose low-carbon LED lighting, which has a longer life span and is more environmentally friendly. Solar power led street lights can work as long as there is sunlight，it is very suitable for places with sufficient sunlight, unstable power supply or shortage.
Nigeria has a savanna climate, with high temperatures and rain in general. The annual average temperature of the year is about 26-27℃. Divided into the dry season and rainy. The centre has a tropical humid climate, while the northern is dry and has the least rainfall. In coastal areas, the rain starts in February and ends in August or September. In the northern, it rains from June or July to August. So you can choose solar lamps with high-temperature resistance, corrosion resistance and high waterproof grade.
The ALS can automatically extend the lighting time let the solar lamps can still work as usual for 8-10 days on rainy days. And when the battery power (>30%) drops, the brightness can still maintain 100%.
The TCS can protect the battery and extend the battery life, the solar lamp can work as usual at the temperature of -20℃-60℃.
The FAS can promptly feedback on the problems of solar lamps and solve them efficiently.
What is the price of solar street lights in Nigeria？
The price of solar street lights in Nigeria prices from dozens of dollars to more than three hundred dollars. Prices vary by wattage, we have lamps with different wattages from 30w, 60w,100w 150w etc. Click the link to find out: All in one solar led street light price in Nigeria