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How Remote Tech Workers can Solve Power Challenges in Nigeria



Remote work is the new setup for most tech companies, introduced by the pandemic.

 The setup had been around for decades, but 44% of global companies did not allow working from home.

COVID-19 undeniably transformed the traditional, office-based work culture, forcing organizations to take their operations to their employees’ homes.

While organizations are discovering the benefits of remote work, they are also starting to encounter its pressing challenges—one of which is delays in output due to power outages. We understand the critical role that electricity plays in modern society. Electrical equipment has become indispensable in our daily lives, especially for companies employing remote workers. Now, in the event of a power outage work grinds to a halt.


Hence, affecting productivity and output.

A company can lose a sizable sum of money when there are disruptions in operations. It’s crucial to keep in mind that power outages have an impact on the operations of businesses. Depending on the sector, a variety of factors can affect the amount of money lost as a result of delays and downtime. 

Financial losses due to power outages are also very significant if you’re running a startup and managing a small remote team. 

So for every tech company power outage costs a significant amount of money. If you’re hiring from across the world, you must be ready to face the risks that come with it, including unreliable access to electricity.


Power failure is not different in Nigeria, as the country has experienced over five collapses in the electric power grid in 2022. This has greatly affected the work output of remote tech workers.

Hence, remote tech workers need a way out of this challenge.

How Remote Tech Workers can solve Power challenges in Nigeria

 1)The Use of Generators: 

The use of generators is widely practiced and common for remote tech workers. With the hike in the cost of petrol, remote workers would be spending much using the generator.


2) The Use of Inverter Battery:

 While lots of remote workers hear about inverters they tend to interchange inverter installation with solar system installation. 

Zivadeon Technologies helps remote tech workers solve power challenges by installing an “inverter-only system”. 

​If your power supply is decent, we can install just an inverter battery to help you store energy(Electric power). This will provide uninterrupted power for the hours when power is unavailable. 


This is also a cost-effective way to get started with solar without making the full investment at once. 

The inverter-only installation is cost-effective, especially for Newbies in tech, Interns, and those starting as freelancers in the tech space.

To get the inverter only installed Contact Zivadeon Technologies now.

3) The Use of Solar Panels Only:

Installing solar panels has become a far more lucrative option for homes and businesses. These panels can last for over 20 years.


When the sun is shining, you’ll use the electricity you generate to run your appliances. But batteries would need to be installed in your home.

This battery helps to store power generated by the solar panel, so it can be used at night. 

If not stored, it would be beneficial only while the sun is shining.

4) The Combination of Inverter and Solar Panel: 


This is the combination of battery and solar panels. Having a double backup helps you not just to generate energy but to save it as well.

Interested in inverter and solar installation for your workspace, home and businesses, contact Zivadeon Technologies

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