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Population: 180,000,000

Energy Access
40%

Power for All launched in Nigeria in May 2016 with workshops in Lagos and Abuja which brought together distributed renewable energy companies, aid agencies, civil society organizations and government representatives focused on addressing energy poverty. Almost 100 million people in Nigeria lack access to electricity, by far the largest number of any country in Africa. The workshops identified collaborative approaches to rapidly increase energy access, and kick started joint activities to end energy poverty. Read more » 


campaign updates

events

REAN Launch
Nov 24

Nigeria Alternative Energy Expo
Oct 19-21

22nd Nigerian Economic Summit
Oct 9-11

Ministries, Departments and Agencies Workshop
Oct 7

Government Communications Workshop
Sept 28

West Africa Power Summit
Sept 21

 


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    This Day LiveThe Renewable Energy Option

    04 JAN 2017 | How does Nigeria get out of the energy crisis? There is need to give the decentralised renewable energy a try. 

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    Ify Malo

    Campaign Manager
    Nigeria
    ify@powerforall.org
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