The solarex utility token has been on the news over the past few months now. In this article, we shall be x-raying everything about the solarex utility token. For a start, solarex is a utility token, which was created by the Africa Blockchain Research council (ABRC), a holding company of Auto Republic Ltd, a research and development company based in Essex, UK. The token is a unique blend of renewable energy and Blockchain technology and…"A brief background check on solarex utility token"
A clean and affordable energy solution remains the global standard for the energy market worldwide. This idea which is a result of the positive impact of renewable energy in the electricity industry has created a lot of buzz in the last few years globally. The Africa Blockchain Research Council a UK based holding company of Auto Republic Ltd, made a major breakthrough in 2017 as part of its research analysis in creating a clean and…"Powering Africa Project is poised to create a clean and affordable energy solution"
The role of customer care service in any platform, organization or company can never be overemphasized, as it is one of the most effective ways of increasing membership and building bond between Solarex and our budding community. An effective customer care service can increase subscriber’s confidence and trust in the brand. One of the first points of contact Solarex uses in interacting with subscribers is the ever growing Telegram group. Any question on all aspect…"Solarex customer care service is simply amazing"
The energy market in Africa is relatively struggling to meet up with the massive demand from consumers, with more than 620 million Africans still unable to access electricity. The ever growing population which keeps placing huge strain on the 1.7GW of daily energy supplied in the region makes the situation even more pathetic. Unfortunately, there are several barriers hindering power investors from coming into the market to ameliorate the crisis. In this article we shall…"The huge energy market barriers in Africa"
The present grid arrangement in Africa is basically built around a centralised grid network that is deployed in the transmission and distribution chain network. This means all generating power plant by rule are expected to evacuate power into a centralised grid network with a central control centre that helps in load distribution to various cities and towns. Unfortunately, the centralised nature of the grid network means there is frequent outages and loss of energy as…"Unnecessary loss of energy in a centralised grid during power transmission and distribution"
The challenge posed by huge energy cost within the African energy market remains a thorny issue that has plagued the continent over time. It remains a limiting factor that has bedevilled the energy sector in Africa in terms of grid power penetration. This has created a huge hurdle to the increase in electricity generation capacity, as the high cost of producing electricity and the subsequent electricity tariff implies huge subsidy from the government. A critical…"The overwhelming challenge of energy cost in Africa"
The distribution energy market in Africa is paved with sights of uninsulated distribution lines. PVC insulation are however required on distribution conductors made of copper wires to avoid any physical and electrical contact with humans. Insulation are not required for transmission lines as they are at great heights and their insulation is provided via air. There is also proper distance between phase to phase and phase to earth, which is often maintained. In this article,…"Three reasons why uninsulated distribution lines are extremely dangerous"
The huge environmental pollution from traditional energy sources in Africa The challenge of environmental pollution resulting from the use of fossil fuels, which has become a traditional source of most energy generation in Africa, has become so worrisome over the years. Most power plants in Africa are powered by Gas, coal and hydro. These energy sources contribute more than 85% of the total energy needs in the continent which is presently estimated at around 1.8GW…"The challenge posed by environmental pollution from fossil fuel usage in Africa"
The twin challenge of safety and reliability in the transmission and distribution energy sector has been on the front burner in the electricity industry in Africa over the past two decades. Two out of every three individual within the continent lacks access to clean and cheap energy. In this article we shall be looking critically at these two areas and the challenges they pose to the energy industry in Africa. Safety Lots of lives have…"Safety and reliability in the transmission and distribution energy sector in Africa"
Africa is a beautiful continent with lots of potential but yet lacking in sufficient grid power. More than 620 million Africans still lack access to clean and cheap energy till date. The challenge of access to electricity for all is further compounded by the lack of a robust power plan. According to a 2012 United Nations report on “International year of sustainable energy for All”, the importance of a robust power framework that cuts across…"The daunting challenge of insufficient grid power in rural areas of Africa"