The Vice President, Marketing, Lumos Nigeria, Olufemi Ashipa, has said in a recent interview that he is optimistic about the strides of his mobile electricity company, adding that the organisation will continue to innovate to meet the basic power needs of Nigerians, National Wire reports.
According to Ashipa, Lumos is “here for the long term,” adding that based on the organization’s ambition, the conversation “is about sustainably contributing to energy self-reliance one Lumos Yello box at a time.”
The company supplies nine megawatts hours of electricity through the Lumos’ lease-to-own Yello boxes in the houses and businesses of its 90,000 subscribers since commencing full operation last year – each box is capable of supplying 100 watts of AC and DC power.
Ashipa also says Lumos does not see any challenges or obstacles ahead for the business since its “solution provides electricity for people living off the grid and complements the existing energy solution of those living on the grid and in the semi-grid situations.”
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