Stimulating Renewables for Nigeria's Energy Sustainability
- Jul 8, 2022 3:50 pm GMT
I remember my first electricity blackout in Nigeria in 1991, my parents said it was temporary, 30years on, its not getting better , perhaps things need to be done differently and smarter. Nigeria's teeming population is getting younger and will require numerous energy needs, this paper highlights the role of renewables in building our sustainable energy future and security while scaling on a multi billion dollar industry with major developmental ,infrastructure and human development gains
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