Nigerian Firm, Paras Energy, Launches Rooftop Solar PV Plant in Chad

By: Joy Enamuna

Paras Energy and Natural Resources Development Limited, a prominent power solutions provider based in Nigeria, has unveiled a rooftop solar PV plant in Moundou, Republic of Chad, in collaboration with Solen Renewable Energy DMCC, Dubai.

According to Mr. Yashwant Kumar, Managing Director of Paras Energy, the project, executed on an Engineering, Procurement & Construction (EPC) basis, boasts a total capacity of 560KWp spread across three roof sheds.

Kumar emphasized the company’s commitment to using top-tier equipment sourced globally to ensure the highest standards of quality for the project, aligning with their core principle of delivering superior service to customers through technical excellence and experience.

This achievement not only underscores the competence of Nigerian companies but also demonstrates their capability to extend services beyond national borders.

Kumar expressed pride in Paras Energy’s maiden venture outside Nigeria, highlighting the rigorous efforts of their skilled team amidst challenges such as limited local resources, the onset of the harmattan season, malaria risks, and language barriers.

Despite these obstacles, Paras Energy’s experts, who traveled to Chad and remained on-site until project completion, managed to finalize the installation within a remarkable timeframe of 30 days, with the system operational just 20 days after the delivery of PV modules.

With over two decades of experience in EPC of gas plants, substations, and transmission projects, as well as operations & maintenance, Paras Energy has positioned itself as a key player in the solar energy sector.

The company specializes in end-to-end solar systems utilizing cutting-edge technology in PV modules, inverters, and storage systems.

Paras Energy’s expertise extends to the development of ground-mounted and rooftop solar power plants, alongside large-scale solar projects and comprehensive EPC services.

In Nigeria, the company has significantly contributed to local development by providing clean and affordable solar electricity, including setting up the largest captive solar plant in the country to supply green power to the steel industry.

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