Solar and equipment access for micro businesses
Our vision is to replace gensets with Solar in Nigeria. Our mission is to make solar and equipment accessible and affordable for micro businesses in Nigeria.
Empowering micro businesses through energy access
Buy Solar or equipment today and spread your payment over 18 months!
Nigeria’s 41.5 million micro businesses contribute 86% to employment and 48% to GDP but struggle to operate because electricity supply is poor in Nigeria and petrol generators are expensive and dangerous.
Solar power is a clean and cost-saving alternative but the upfront cost is high.
We make rooftop solar accessible and affordable for micro businesses through flexible payment terms.
Our customers save up to 40% of their electricity cost from day one.
In addition, we provide energy efficient equipment through the same Buy Now Pay later mechanism to enable our customers to get the most out of their Solar products whilst increasing their income.
Buy Now Pay Later Solar
Power Your Micro Business With Solar To Succeed.
Buy now pay later Solar allows micro-businesses to secure a sustainable power source for their business & boost growth and sales.
Buy Solar and equipment today through easy and flexible instalments
Up to 5kWp Solar capacity
Tailoring and refrigeration equipment
We believe that micro businesses can be more valuable to the Nigerian economy and society through access to stable solar electricity and productive use equipment. Our customers also increase their net worth once payment for the solar and/or equipment is completed.
Frequently Asked Questions
Below are common questions about everything you need to know about our products & services at Winock Solar.
You can power any number of appliances within the recommended Watts for your solar system. We have named each of our solar system according to the recommended Watts limit. For example, if you have a Surepower 500 solar unit, you can concurrently use any combination of appliances up to a total of 500W.
We have designed each of our systems to last at least 15 hours daily if the appliances used are within the recommended Watts limit. For example, if you open your shop at 7am daily you can use your solar unit till 10pm daily.
We work with reliable suppliers & only allow components that are best fit for Nigeria’s climatic conditions. The solar panels can last 25 years, inverter 10 years & batteries 5 to 10 years depending on how well it is maintained.
You can maintain your solar and make it last longer by:
1. Switching off the solar unit & allowing it to charge when the battery is low
2. Cleaning the solar panels once a week
3. Ensuring that your inverter air vent is not blocked by any object
4. Not placing any object on your battery
5. Monitoring your battery liquid level and contacting us to refill it once it gets to 50%
6. Not supplying electricity to your neighbour
7. Staying within the recommended watts limit
8. Staying within the recommended 15 hours of daily usage
9. Not tampering with the solar unit when you notice a technical fault.
In such an event, contact us as soon as possible quickly for maintenance.
Because solar works with the sun, the solar unit will perform less optimally on cloudy or rainy days in comparison to moderately or highly sunny days. We advise that you should have a form of backup to utilise during the heaviest part of the rainy season.
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