Current Prices Of Solar Panels In Nigeria (2021)

This article is about the current prices of solar panels in Nigeria this 2021. As a result of the unstable power supply plaguing the country, many people have been on the lookout for alternative sources of power and one of the best power supply alternatives currently available in the country is the renewable energy from the sun which is trapped and stored using solar panels, and we shall intimate you, our esteemed readers on just how much they cost in today’s market.

Current Prices Of Solar Panels In Nigeria

Before we proceed, if you want to know about the cost of solar panel and inverter installation in Nigeria today as well as how to start solar energy business in Nigeria, do well to click on the links provided for comprehensive information on both topics. With that said, let us proceed with the subject matter of this very article. If you are tired of having to put up with NEPA and the frustrating way with which they supply power as well as the endless amounts you spend in burning fuel to power your house even while using the very best generator brands, then you should consider installing solar panels at your homes or business places.

You should have it at the back of your mind that there are fake solar panels out there and one of the ways to ensure you’re buying quality is to talk to a trusted distributor or installer who has been in the business for quite a long time. You can also talk to your neighbour who has installed theirs, they will be able to tell you with certainty how many solar panels you will be needing as well as batteries and inverters in order to power your home or office. With that said, let us now take a detailed look at how much solar panels sell for in Nigeria today.

CURRENT PRICES OF SOLAR PANELS IN NIGERIA 2021

The following are the current prices of some of the best solar panel brands in Nigeria this 2021:

COST OF SU-KAM SOLAR PANELS IN NIGERIA

  • Su-Kam 80W 12V Solar Panel costs between the price range of ₦30,500 – ₦40,000 in Nigeria today
  • Su-Kam 125W 12V Solar Panel costs between the price range of ₦28,000 – ₦35,000 in today’s market
  • Su-Kam 150W/12V Monocrystalline Solar Panel costs between the price range of ₦35,000 – ₦45,000 in Nigeria currently
  • Su-Kam 150W 24V Solar Panel costs between the price range of ₦45,000 – ₦50,000
  • Su-Kam 200W 24V Solar Panel costs between the price range of ₦70,000 – ₦75,000.

COST OF CROWN MICRO SOLAR PANELS IN NIGERIA

  • Crown 250W/36V Monocrystalline Solar Panel Module CMSP-M250P costs between the price range of ₦51,000 – ₦55,000 currently in today’s market
  • Crown 300W 24V Monocrystalline Solar Panel costs between the price range of ₦48,000 – ₦55,000 in the country currently
  • Crown 80W 18V Monocrystalline Solar Panel Module CMSP-M80P costs between the price range of ₦18,000 – ₦25,000 in Nigeria today
  • Crown 250W Monocrystalline Solar Panel costs between ₦35,000 – ₦40,000.

COST OF RUBITEC SOLAR PANELS IN NIGERIA

  • Rubitec 200W 24V Monocrystalline Solar Panel currently costs between the price range of ₦30,000 – ₦40,000
  • Rubitec 260W Monocrystalline Solar Panel costs between the price range of ₦50,000 – ₦55,000 in Nigeria this 2021
  • Rubitec 200W 600V Monocrystalline Solar Panel costs between the price range of ₦31,500 – ₦37,000 in the country currently.

COST OF UNILITE SOLAR PANELS IN NIGERIA

  • Unilite 80W Solar Panel costs between the price range of ₦25000 – ₦35,000 in Nigeria today
  • Unilite 150W Solar Panel costs between the price range of ₦35,500 – ₦40,000
  • Unilite 200W Solar Panel costs between the price range of ₦50,000 – ₦55,000
  • Unilite 250W Solar Panel costs between the price range of ₦60,500 – ₦70,000
  • Unilite 300W Solar Panel costs between the price range of ₦70,000 – ₦75,000.

COST OF TRINA SOLAR PANELS IN NIGERIA

  • Trina 340W Mono Crystalline Solar Panel Module costs between the price range of ₦75,000 – ₦90,000
  • Trina 300W Mono Crystalline Solar Panel Module costs between the price range of ₦75,000 – ₦100,000
  • Trina 320W Poly Crystalline Solar Panel costs between the price range of ₦65,000 – ₦75,000
  • Trina 270W Poly Crystalline Solar Panel costs between the price range of ₦50,000 – ₦65,000 in Nigeria currently.

COST OF TALKER ENERGY SOLAR PANELS IN NIGERIA

  • Talker Polycrystalline 140W Solar Panel costs between the price range of ₦33,000 – ₦40,000
  • Talker Polycrystalline 130W Solar Panel costs between the price range of ₦25,000 – ₦35,000
  • Talker Polycrystalline 100W Solar Panel costs between the price range of ₦19,500 – ₦21,000
  • Talker Polycrystalline 80W Solar Panel costs between the price range of ₦18,500 – ₦25,000
  • Talker Polycrystalline 60W Solar Panel costs between the price range of ₦15,500 – ₦25,000
  • Talker Polycrystalline 50W Solar Panel costs between the price range of ₦12,788 – ₦15,000
  • Talker Polycrystalline 40 Watts Solar Panel costs between the price range of ₦13,500 – ₦17,000
  • Talker Polycrystalline 30W Solar Panel costs between the price range of ₦10,000 – ₦15,000
  • Talker Polycrystalline 20W Solar Panel costs between the price range of ₦7,500 – ₦9,000
  • Talker Polycrystalline 15W Solar Panel costs between the price range of ₦6,000 – ₦9,500
  • Talker Polycrystalline 10W Solar Panel costs between the price range of ₦7,000 – ₦10,000
  • Talker Mono Crystalline 130W Solar Panel costs between the price range of ₦25,000 – ₦30,000
  • Talker Mono Crystalline 2 x 100W Solar Panel costs between the price range of ₦39,799 – ₦49,000
  • Talker Mono Crystalline 2 x 80W Solar Panel costs between the price range of ₦33,800 – ₦40,000.

COST OF SUNSHINE SOLAR PANELS IN NIGERIA

  • Sunshine 350W Mono Crystalline Solar Panel costs between the price range of ₦78,000 – ₦90,000
  • Sunshine 200W 24V Mono Crystalline Solar Panel costs between the price range of ₦50,000 – ₦55,000.

COST OF DICE SOLAR PANELS IN NIGERIA

  • Dice 200W 24V Mono Crystalline Solar Panel costs between the price range of ₦75,000 – ₦80,000 in Nigeria today.

The Author

Maduawuchi Obialo

Maduawuchi Obialo is the founder of Nigerian Guide and an Editor at Nigerian Infopedia. He is a professional Web Content Developer and a Biochemist.

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