Solar Inverter Prices in Nigeria (June 2024)

Up NEPA! That is the usual sound of excitement in many parts of Nigeria whenever power is restored. For decades, all efforts (sincere or otherwise) that have been channeled towards improving power generation in Nigeria have proved abortive. In fact, many believe the situation has worsened over time.

Presently, the average Nigerian home does not get more than six hours of electricity from the DISCOs on a daily basis.

It is this appalling situation that has led many Nigerians to seek alternatives to what is supplied by the national grid. While generators have served private homes and organizations for many years, there is often the concern about sound and air pollution. Then came Inverters, solar systems, and then the recent hybrid known as Solar Inverters. While they are becoming increasingly popular, a lot of Nigerians don’t really know anything about it.

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Prices of Solar Inverters in Nigeria

So in case you have made up your mind about solving your power deficits using a solar inverter, but you don’t know how much it’ll cost you, you have come to the right page. Here, I will walk you through the prices of the different sizes and brands of solar inverters available in Nigeria. These solar inverters vary from those that can power a flat to those that can power a large organization.

  • 3.5KVA BLUEGATE 24v Solar Inverter === N270,300
  • 200AH 12V GLT Solar Inverter Battery === N114,000
  • 2.4 KVA Solar Inverter 24vos === N370,000 – N390,000
  • Qasa Solar Power Generator Inverter UPS Charger Hybrid AC/DC === N310,000 – N320,000
  • 1500VA 1.5KVA Hybrid Solar Power Inverter UPS – Pure Sine == N132,000 – N155,000
  • Felicity Solar 5KVA 24V Hybrid Inverter With Inbuilt 120A Mppt === N565,000 – N595,000
  • Solar N Inverter Power Energy === N150,000
  • Solar System With Battery, Panel And Charge Controller – 500w=== N180,000
  • Suoer 1kva Solar Inverter + 40a Battery + 80 watts Solar Panel=== N70,000
  • 2KVA Solar Inverter With Batteries, Solar Panels & Installation === N110,000 – N800,000
  • Luminous 1.5KVA/24v Solar Hybrid Inverter === N100,000 – N132,000
  • Sunfield 300w Solar Generator === N120,000
  • Mercury 2.4KVA Solar Kit with Inverter + Battery + Solar Panels + Controller === N370,000 – N390,000
  • 5KVA Inverter With Full Solar System === N825,000 – N3,611,900
  • Mercury 2.4kva Solar Kit With 200 amps Batteries And 4 Of 250 watts Solar Panels === N845,000
  • RE 2.5kva 24v Pure Sine Solar Kit With 2×200 amps Batteries And 4x 200 watts Solar Panels === N735,000
  • Mercury 2.4kva 24V Solar Kit With 2 Of 200 watts Solar And 2 Of 100 amps Batteries === N385,000


Solar Inverters in Nigeria: Things you Should Know

While a simple electrical inverter stores up power from an original electricity source to be used when needed, a solar inverter relies on solar energy for its power. By explanation, a solar inverter, also known as a PV Inverter or converter functions by converting variable Direct Current (DC) output provided by a photovoltaic (PV) solar panel into what is known as Utility Frequency Alternating Current (AC) which can be used on a commercial electrical grid or local offgrid electrical network.

Simply put, it converts solar energy trapped by the panel into an energy form that can be easily used in homes and industries. It is a form of renewable energy and poses no danger to the environment. With calls for a shift towards cleaner, greener energy, it is expects that usage of solar inverters will increase tremendously in the coming years.

Usually, solar inverters are powered by heavy-duty batteries (usually the types uses to power trucks), charged by solar energy. But this powering up usually begins from the panels that receive the solar energy from the sun. They now convert and transfer such energy into a form that can be received by batteries. There are three main types of solar inverters that you should know about.

Stand-alone Inverters–  These ones are used in isolation. Here, the inverter gets its power from batteries which are in turn charged by photovoltaic rays.

Battery Backup Inverters-  These ones are specialized, in that they not only draw energy from batteries but also power the batteries via an onboard charging system.

Grand-tie Inverters–  These ones do not continue to supply power even after utility outages. They shut down automatically when that happens, especially for safety reasons.

More Details on Solar Inverters

As stated earlier, a solar Inverter consists of a number of solar panels, electrical cable, batteries and the inverter compartment. The panels are often overlaid on the roof of the house for easy access to sun rays. It then transfers the energy received from these rays to the batteries, and then transferred through a conversion process to the system and then parts of the house where it is needed.

In a country like Nigeria where electricity supply is less than adequate and the weather doesn’t help matters either, a solar inverter is more than necessary. It is not just a great alternative to the Power Holding Company of Nigeria, it is actually a better and cheaper alternative considering the circumstances. Several factors are adduced for this.

First, and as mentioned briefly earlier, it is way cheaper to use the solar battery than generators. The truth is, you do not need to buy fuel or diesel as it is powered by the sun. As long as you have sufficient sunlight, you’re good to go. Apart from occasional repairs or replacements, the only cost is the initial cost of purchase.

Second, generators, especially the ones without soundproof, are very noisy and can cause a terrible nuisance to you and your neighbours. The “I better pass my Neighbour” phenomenon has caused a lot of trouble over the years. You can avoid this messy situation by using a solar inverter. The inverter is almost soundless and cannot even be noticed when in operation.

Third, a solar inverter is a safe and environmentally friendly power/energy source. It doesn’t contribute to environmental depletion or global warming. This is because no fumes are released into the atmosphere to disrupt the ozone layers. All of these mean that you get cheaper, renewable energy that is also safe.

If you consider the prices of the products highlighted above, you’ll agree with me that it is actually worth it. A lot of people are already using solar inverters and enjoying the huge benefits. You should consider getting one too. And lest I forget, installation can be done by professionals around you to avoid complications.

Prices of Inverters in Nigeria




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