Starsight Energy, the main Commercial and Industrial (C&I) sun-oriented force supplier in West Africa introduced its 2020 Sustainability Award to Union Bank of Nigeria for arriving at 100 establishments of Starsight force, cooling, and capacity arrangements across its organization.
This achievement denotes a critical accomplishment for Starsight, Union Bank, and the Nigerian C&I market.
Starsight Energy has finished more than 500 destinations for its customers in Nigeria since 2015. The organization right now has 41 MW of introduced producing limit, 33 MWh of capacity, and 16,320 HP in cooling limit across Nigeria and Ghana.
Association Bank turned into a Starsight Energy customer in 2017 and has Starsight start to finish force and cooling arrangements at 113 of its branches across Nigeria to date. These establishments will assist Union Bank with keeping away from 36,000 tons of CO2 outflows over the undertaking's lifetime.
Boss Brand and Marketing Officer at Union Bank, Ogochukwu Ekezie-Ekaidem remarked, "we are eager to have Starsight's force and cooling frameworks at more than 100 Union Bank areas cross country. Supportable strategic policies stay a center mainstay of our 'Citizenship, Sustainability, and Innovation' endeavors, and that is the reason we will keep on adding Starsight frameworks to our areas cross country. We are centered around keeping up our situation as a supportability champion, driving the charge inside our industry and past, and we thank the Starsight Energy group for working with us on this excursion."
Starlight's Chief Executive Officer, Tony Carr remarked: "We are glad for our relationship with Union Bank of Nigeria and hail their obligation to manageability. Starlight's administrations have demonstrated to be an ideal fit for Union Bank's energy needs as our model gives them the true serenity of a 99.99% uptime while altogether lessening power costs. We profoundly esteem our customers like Union Bank and are appreciative of the support we get from our value financial backers Helios Investment Partners and African Infrastructure Investment Managers, and our obligation financial backers Norfund and Finnfund, which permits us to set up and extend these drawn-out connections."
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