All On completes nationwide solar installations at COVID-19 facilities



All On, fast-rising company working to increase access to commercial energy in Nigeria, says it has completed solar energy installations in COVI-19 related facilities in Nigeria.

The independent impact investing company, seeded with funding from Shell which works with partners to increase access to commercial energy, says it has taken up the project as part of its contribution in the fight against the pandemic. .

The Shell-funded impact-investment company says it is pleased to announce the completion of phase 1 of nationwide solar installations at emergency health facilities related to the COVID-19 pandemic response.

The Nigerian off-grid energy impact investment company announced the COVID-19 Solar Relief Fund on March 31, 2020, to be installed via renewable energy companies Auxano, Arnergy, GVE and Lumos to provide solar power for emergency health facilities in support of the national response to the COVID-19 pandemic and in just two months, all installations have been deployed and in use.

Power supply has been a major complaint at most of the isolation centres in Nigeria and this has led to complaints about mosquito bites and other discomforting anomalies. The installation of solar systems is expected to ensure regular supply of power at the centres.