Qore Systems, a leading-edge technology company, has opened the first commercial charging station for electric vehicles in Nigeria.
The facility, which is located in Victoria Island, Lagos was launched on Saturday, June 24.
William Peterson, Founder/CEO of Qore Systems, said the station is the first of many to come.
He also stated that the establishment was a product of planning and building for many months.
Peterson said in a tweet:
”Our goal is to build and stimulate the entire infrastructure required to drive the mass adoption of electric vehicles in Nigeria.
”This is just day 1 for Qore and the mobility team at Sterling. We have several more products outside of EVs lined up for release over the next few months.”
Before its latest innovation, Qore Systems was known for innovating new products using its patented process.
The organisation used the technology to develop personal care, surface disinfection, and water purification products.
The products used a non-chemical kill to create germ-free environments on human skin for up to 24 hours and on surfaces for up to 14 days.
When applied to water sources, it kills germs indefinitely, purifying and storing safe drinking water.