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Zinox boss wants Nigerians to embrace iPowerPlus

The Chairman of Zinox Group, Mr. Leo Stan Ekeh said the current development requires Nigerians to embrace a smarter approach to managing rising costs of…

The Chairman of Zinox Group, Mr. Leo Stan Ekeh said the current development requires Nigerians to embrace a smarter approach to managing rising costs of living and doing business.
Ekeh said Nigerians should embrace iPowerPlus as power supply remains a major source of expenditure for homes and businesses.
According to him, iPowerPlus is more reliable and cheaper sources of alternative energy.
Ekeh said “Falling oil prices and the sliding value of the naira means less revenue for the government and reduced public spending. This is a period of pocket-tightening as the luxury of the times cannot continue. As the economy falters, we must also adjust by applying smart, common-sense survival tips. One major area that comes to mind is energy cost. You cannot run a business without power. Our homes too require constant electricity but if you do the math, you will realize that a lot of Nigerians incur huge monthly expenses for electricity which an alternative energy source can deliver more efficiently and at a significantly lesser cost.”
He explained that Zinox had been able to leverage on alternative energy through iPowerPlus (Certified Inverters, Batteries and Smart Solar) to cut his monthly energy bill of over N850, 000 by 50%.

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