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    Friday, July 15, 2016

    New Energy Could Ease Nigeria’s Power Needs

    Nigeria: Renewable Energy and Roadmap to Solving Nigeria's Energy Crisis

    Harry Okoruwa, July 15, 2016 (UK Guardian via All Africa)

    “…Nigeria today is witnessing perhaps the worst power generation and distribution crisis in many years. To redress this situation, experts [support] pursuing renewable energy…Nigeria is currently predominantly dependent on electricity generating plants, which rely on gas-fired thermal energy. Unfortunately, with the resurgence of militancy in the Niger Delta, gas supplies to the plants have been severely compromised with attendant negative impact on electricity generated nationwide…Africa's green energy is capable of replicating the success of mobile communications…Similarly, renewable energy can alleviate the challenges associated with inadequate or non-existent power supply as we have in many urban and virtually most rural areas many of which are not connected to the electricity grid…[S]trategies are emerging for rural areas to deliver electricity without heavy and clunky infrastructure…[and] Nigeria has solar energy potential in abundance…” click here for more

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