Nigeria faces a challenge of epileptic power supply, leading to the increasing use of alternate power sources such as solar panels. However, with the proliferation of solar panels in the market, it’s easy to buy the wrong type without the right knowledge.
To install solar panels in your home or office, you need a 12V battery rated at 200AH and a solar panel, which can charge panels with power ranging from 125W to 400W. For a 125W panel, you’ll need multiple panels per battery, with the option of using 2 or 3 panels per battery and a 0.8KVA inverter. If you choose a 200W panel, you can use 1 or 2 panels per battery, and the recommended inverter is the 1.5KVA inverter.
A solar charge controller is necessary to protect against overcharging and overvoltage and reduce battery performance or lifespan. The combination of a solar panel with a power wall inverter and a controller can cost as much as ₦725000, depending on the number of batteries. The price of a solar panel battery can be as high as ₦175,000 per unit.
Su-Kam, Crown Micro, Rubitec, Trina, and Talker Energy are Nigeria’s most popular solar panel brands. Su-Kam solar panels are high-efficiency thin-film solar panels that outperform conventional solar modules. Crown Micro, founded in 1992, produces enclosures, power supplies, UPS, and inverters. Rubitec Nigeria specializes in renewable energy, and one of its most popular products is its solar panel. Trina Solar is ranked one of the leading solar panel companies globally, and Talker Energy solar panels are multi-crystal solar cells with an efficiency of over 17%. Prices of solar panels of these brands in Nigeria are highlighted below.
Su-Kam Solar Panel Prices in Nigeria:
- 80W 12V Solar Panel | From ₦43,000
- 125W 12V Solar Panel | From ₦65,000
- 150W/12V Monocrystalline Panel | From ₦70,000
- 150W 24V Solar Panel | From ₦75,000
- 200W 24V Solar Panel | From ₦98,000
Crown Micro Solar Panel Prices in Nigeria:
- 250W/36V Monocrystalline Solar Panel Module CMSP-M250P | From ₦51,000
- 300W 24V Solar Panels Monocrystalline |From ₦48,000
- 80W 18V Monocrystalline Solar Panel Module CMSP-M80P| From ₦18,000
- 250W Monocrystalline Solar Panel | From ₦35,000
Rubitec Solar Panel Prices in Nigeria:
- 280W 24V Monocrystalline Solar Panel | From ₦105,000
- 300W Monocrystalline Solar Panel | From ₦78,750
Trina Solar Panel Prices in Nigeria:
- Trina 340W Mono Crystalline Solar Panel Module | From ₦75,000
- Trina 300W Mono Crystalline Solar Panel Module | From ₦81,200
- Trina 320W Poly Crystalline Solar Panel | From ₦75,000
- Trina 270W Poly Crystalline Solar Panel | From ₦62,000
Polycrystalline Solar Panel Prices in Nigeria:
The price of polycrystalline solar panels in Nigeria depends on several factors, such as the brand, wattage, efficiency, and warranty. On average, you can expect to pay between NGN 55,000 and NGN 250,000 for a polycrystalline solar panel with a capacity ranging from 100 watts to 320 watts. Here are some examples of the prices of polycrystalline solar panels from different brands in Nigeria:
- Su-Kam 200W solar panel: NGN 54,500
- Luminous 320W solar panel: NGN 95,000
- Bluegate 200W solar panel: NGN 59,000
- Renogy 100W solar panel: NGN 37,000
- Trina Solar 320W solar panel: NGN 170,000
Monocrystalline Solar Panel Prices in Nigeria:
Monocrystalline solar panels are generally more expensive than polycrystalline solar panels but are also more efficient and perform better in low-light conditions. Here are some examples of the prices of monocrystalline solar panels from different brands in Nigeria:
- Renogy 100W monocrystalline solar panel: NGN 42,000
- Luminous 320W monocrystalline solar panel: NGN 135,000
- Trina Solar 320W monocrystalline solar panel: NGN 220,000
- Sukam 200W monocrystalline solar panel: NGN 70,000
- Bluegate 200W monocrystalline solar panel: NGN 63,000
Please note that these prices are subject to change depending on the location, availability, and other factors. It’s always best to check with the seller or supplier for the most accurate and up-to-date prices.