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Sterling and Wilson to set up 250 MW solar projects in Nigeria

Sterling and Wilson, a leading global solar EPC, aims to construct 250 MW capacity solar power projects in Nigeria in the next two to three years.

These solar projects are being developed by well-renowned international solar project developers who recently signed PPAs with the Nigerian Bulk Electricity Trading Plc under Feed-in-Tariff program by Ministry of Power Nigeria.

Speaking on Nigerian Solar market, Mr. Bikesh Ogra, President, Solar business, Sterling and Wilson Pvt Ltd, said, “With the recently announced PPAs of 975 MW, we see a huge solar potential opening up in Nigeria. We are well positioned to support growth in solar market in Nigeria through our presence and experience, as more investors are focusing on reliable, bankable solar EPC companies, who can commission solar projects on time. We are here to offer 360-degree turnkey solutions adapted to each customer’s individual needs. We are confident our solutions exceed customer expectations, transforming solar energy into green assets by maximizing value and mitigating risks.”

With an experience of commissioning more than 1GW, Sterling and Wilson is currently involved in advanced negotiations with these developers to offer its turnkey EPC solutions for their proposed projects in Nigeria.