HyBrid Greenergies Consulting Ltd.

HyBrid Greenergies Consulting Ltd.

HBG Consulting Ltd is a sustainability consulting firm founded on the principle of always doing the right thing for our clients and the environment with a practice dedicated to renewable energy, energy efficiency and waste management. With energy being an essential and integral driver for the technological advancement and infrastructural development of any developing nation, HBG Consulting implements practical solutions for clients who are interested in waste management, renewable technology, want to reduce their carbon footprint, energy consumption and associated costs by offering our impartial professional and independent specialist advice.

Company details

Suite F13 VGC Shopping Complex Victoria Garden City , Ajah , Lagos 010021 Nigeria

Locations Served

Business Type:
Consulting firm
Industry Type:
Energy - Renewable Energy
Market Focus:
Nationally (across the country)

This company also provides solutions for other industrial applications.
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Our expertise and working partnerships are expansive and diverse and we can advise on renewable technologies, environmental and waste management, sustainable transport and other green matters in addition to offering a full series of training, seminars and presentations for our corporate clients, businesses, religious bodies, educational establishments, local, state and federal governments and the general public.

At HBG Consulting, we know our clients need specific solutions unique to their needs and that’s why we are committed to providing today’s most comprehensive, yet affordable, renewable energy efficiency programs, systems and technologies with outstanding financial benefits to everyone. We identify high-value opportunities, deliver strategic plans to generate growth, create and deploy strategies to address critical challenges, and transform the businesses of our clients.

If you are worried about your electricity bills, we can help. We give free, confidential and impartial tips every week.

With the rising costs of electricity and impending increase of electricity tariffs nationwide comes the challenge of paying your monthly utility bills. To avoid energy poverty, you need to monitor your bills and understand your usage and billing patterns. Remember, it is your money!

Follow these 3 top tips to save energy at home.

Low Energy Lighting, More Money Savings
There are two main kinds of energy-saving light bulbs available. Compact Fluorescent Lamp (CFL) light bulbs use far less energy than traditional light bulbs. Light Emitting Diode (LED) lights also use less power and can often run for a long time from a battery, making them ideal for lighting sheds, under kitchen cabinets and inside cupboards. Although they sometimes cost more than traditional bulbs, they last a lot longer – and you’ll make your money back in electricity savings. Swap over to low energy lighting indoors and outside to start saving energy at home now.

Switch It off, Standby is Not Good Enough
Leaving appliances on standby saps energy without giving any great benefit. Switching off and on again only takes a minute or two more and some newer devices will do it automatically.Yes! Computers, TVs, DVD players and microwaves use electricity to power the clock and remember all the settings you program into them. For example, when you turn your television off, it still draws power to remember the last channel you viewed and to turn on instantly without a lengthy warm-up time. So the more energy you save, the better for your pockets and the environment.

Buy Energy Efficient Appliances, Please Don’t Take Chances
Running appliances make up a significant percentage of your bills – in fact, fridges and freezers are the biggest contributors to your home energy bill after air-conditioning in the average Nigerian home. It therefore makes sense to invest in energy- efficient appliances when you come to upgrade your goods. All appliances now come with energy efficiency ratings. If you need to buy a new fridge, oven or washing machine, buying the most energy efficient model you can afford can be a wise buy in the long run. Second-hand appliances can sometimes be energy efficient too.

To solve the challenges of sustainability within the living and working environment in Africa by promoting energy efficiency, waste management and green energy technologies.