Visitors may often see Oyigbo as just another rural community suffering from Nigeria’s digital gap. However, Acecore is proving that something good can come out from the community.
Oyigbo is a town in Rivers State, Nigeria, and a local government area located 30 kilometers from Port Harcourt, the state’s capital.
Even with companies like the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC), and Eastern Network Gas Pipeline (Alscon pipeline) conducting petroleum activities in Oyigbo, the town is frequently perceived as a sensory overload, noisy, and crowded with people going about their business.
Caleb Iwuoha, the founder and CEO of Acecore Incorporation, a pioneering company that might very well reinvent the town’s digital reality, chose to ignore these facts.
The main goals of AceCore are power facilities, solar power system designs, assembly, installation, and maintenance. Power shortages are a thing of the past with Acecore.
AceCore uses technology to increase and enhance power availability, which enhances power efficiency. From small-scale industrial buildings to large-scale commercial and industrial sites, AceCore’s team of solar specialists can deliver solar solutions.
Acecore is committed to bringing about sustainable change and transforming Africa’s energy scene. Its objective is to empower people, companies, and communities throughout Africa by offering dependable and reasonably priced renewable energy solutions.
Since the rural community continues to be the most impoverished, solar energy has emerged as a promising renewable energy source, providing a clean and sustainable way to meet everyone’s growing energy needs.
Leveraging the potential of renewable resources, the startup intends to build a more promising and environmentally friendly future via an uncompromising dedication to innovation. The company’s innovative technology and forward-thinking strategy are revolutionizing the production, storage, and use of energy.
Combining for Growth
In addition to being promoted as a clean energy source, renewable energy has the potential to create a large number of new employment, stimulate rural economic growth, and allay worries about the environment and energy security.
The governments of the majority of nations have made significant financial investments to promote the development of renewable energy. In Nigeria, providing solar energy to rural populations poses particular obstacles despite its many advantages.
We have a dependable company in Acecore that can lessen the difficulties in providing rural regions with solar energy while providing practical answers to power issues.
To combine for growth, multiple stakeholders must work together, including governments and businesses in the private sector, to promote solar energy and improve its accessibility and cost for rural areas by collaborating with the startup.