September 28, 2022

Himel promises boost on Nigeria’s access to electrical energy

By Ezra Ukanwa, Abuja

A global manufacturer and provider of electrical products, Himel, has said its electrical products will accelerate access to electrical energy in Nigeria.

This came after it successfully launched a new solar-ready offer at the recently concluded Nigeria Energy Conference and Exhibition, which was held on September 20-22, 2022

As a gold sponsor of the event, Himel showcased its latest range of products in Low Voltage Distribution, Final Distribution, Power Factor Correction, Motor Management, Metering, Voltage Stabilizers, Control Components and Home Electric offers while also unveiling components particularly adapted to solar applications to a keen audience.

The company also displayed Final Distribution, Industrial Control and Home Electric Products at the event, including a demo of the Smart series, a range of devices that can control home appliances through Himel Smart mobile app and through voice commands via Amazon Alexa or Google Home.

Speaking at the just concluded Nigeria Energy Conference and Exhibition endorsed by the ministry of power, in Lagos, the Vice-President, Himel, Sai Sri Balaji Lenka, stressed the relevance of this offer as Nigeria and countries worldwide are gearing up towards increased energy efficiency as a possible means of sustainable development.

According to him, Himel will continue to reinforce its solid footing in the African market to capture new opportunities in urbanization and industrial development, catering to Nigeria’s emerging consumers.

“We plan to ramp up our accessibility to provide the complete power distribution, power management and industrial automation products assortment that ensure safety and reliability. To achieve this, we are working on supporting partners to scale up and empowering retailers to offer a wider range”, he added.

Similarly, in a statement by Himel: “Access to electricity plays the most vital role in the economic growth of any nation and remains a challenge in Nigeria.

“The local energy sector has the capacity to meet today’s domestic demand and create valuable manufacturing jobs and opportunities for a sustainable future.

“By working with local and international partners to share knowledge and fuel innovation in the ever-changing energy landscape, Nigeria has major potential for power generation.”