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13

Aug

Nigeria: Govt Sets New Standards for Solar Components Importation, Manufacturing

The federal government has introduced additional standards for solar panels, batteries, inverters, meters and charge controllers for manufacturers and importers of components of the product in the country. Coming under the framework of the Nigerian Energy Support Programme (NESP), a technical assistance programme co-funded by the European Union (EU) and the German government, the government […]

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25

Jun

Solar rollout for 25m Nigerians to begin

The Nigerian federal government has commenced its plan to deliver electricity through solar energy to Nigerians whose communities are off the national power grid. Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, who spoke during an event to mark the programme in Jangefe, Roni Local Government Area of Jigawa State, restated the determination of the President Muhammadu Buhari administration […]

solar

04

Jun

From Gas to Solar, Bringing Meaningful Change to Nigeria’s Energy Systems

Chemical engineering senior Awele Uwagwu works to accelerate the adoption of solar energy in Nigeria. Growing up, Awele Uwagwu’s view of energy was deeply influenced by the oil and gas industry. He was born and raised in Port Harcourt, a city on the southern coast of Nigeria, and his hometown shaped his initial interest in […]

solar energy

21

May

Fashola Urges Nigerians to Embrace Solar Energy

Mr Babatunde Fashola, the Minister of Power, Works and Housing, has advised Nigerians to embrace solar energy to reduce pressure on the national grid. Fashola gave the advice in Lagos at a book launch. The book titled “Solar Electricity Generation for off-grid communities in Nigeria”, was written by Mr Oladele Amoda, the Managing Director, Eko […]

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29

Apr

Nigerians to pay N144,000 for solar panels govt plans for 5m homes

This was revealed in a statement issued by the Office of the Vice President on Thursday. The federal government says Nigerians will have the option to pay to own millions of solar panels it plans for 5 million homes as part of its Economic Sustainability Plan (ESP). The ESP was rolled out in 2020 in […]

solar power

31

Mar

Electrifying Nigeria: could solar power one million households?

Nigeria has launched a $75m fund to provide electricity to its citizens, with solar panel manufacturer Lumos planning to use the money to electrify one million households over the next five years. We consider the impacts of this ambitious proposal. Nigeria is one of Africa’s dominant countries, with the highest population and greatest GDP on […]

11

Mar

Why Africa Hasn’t Kickstarted Its Renewable Energy Boom

Africa has a solar energy potential of as much as 1,000 GW and wind potential of 110 GW, not to mention 350 GW in hydropower potential and 15 GW of geothermal potential. And yet, all this huge potential remains largely untapped, even though solar and wind farms are getting so cheap, they are said to be on […]

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03

Mar

Nigerian Farm Becomes Country’s Largest Sun-powered Poultry Plant

Empower New Energy and Rensource have teamed up to create the largest power purchase agreement for solar energy in the Commercial and Industrial sector in Nigeria. The 700KWp ground-mounted solar photovoltaic plant for Nigeria’s largest egg producer, Premium Poultry Farms, will generate one gigawatt hour of clean energy annually. This will save up to 25,000 […]

solar power

29

Jan

Nigeria announces new energy access project ‘Solar Power Naija’

The Federal government of Nigeria has launched a ‘Solar Power Naija’ project, a programme focussing on 5 million solar connections for off-grid communities as part of the Economic Sustainability Plan (ESP) in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. This solar power programme is expected to generate an additional N7 billion ($18 million) increase in tax revenues per annum […]

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10

Dec

Nigerians To Pay N4,000 Monthly For Solar System, Says Presidency

The estimated 25 million Nigerians that will benefit from the Federal Government’s Solar Home Systems that commences this week will be expected to pay about N4,000 monthly, the presidency has said. The Senior Special Assistant to the Vice President on Media and Publicity, Laolu Akande, disclosed this in a statement on Sunday titled “25m Nigerians […]

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