While the solution to Nigeria’s energy crisis will include fixing the inefficiencies in each segment of the value chain from generation to distribution, technology could help accelerate access to power for more people solving issues such as payments, access to consumption data and meter-tampering.
It is not as expensive as it used to be and customers can take advantage of the flexible payment options or acquire one.
Nigerian businesses including hospitals critically need power to survive and for some, to save lives. Renewable energy (especially off-grid) presents a strong proposition to address the power challenges.
I have a dream that one day, Nigeria will have so much renewable energy, we’d have to pay people to use electricity like a certain European country. Shalla to Martin Luther King Jr. I know I’m not alone because a Lagos-based renewable energy company named Arnergy has just announced a pay-as-you-go service for users in […]
On November 20, 2015, thirteen innovators who are using clean energy to help farmers, will receive about $13 million in funding as they join the Powering Agriculture: An Energy Grand Challenge for Development (PAEGC) initiative.