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Nigeria’s National Power Grid
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Nigeria’s National Power Grid

Transmission Company of Nigeria   Nigeria’s national power grid connects power generation stations to electrical loads throughout the country. It is a system that is comprised of power generation companies, power distribution companies, and the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN). More than 23 electricity-generating plants are connected to the power grid. While electricity generation and...

Nigeria: Oil and Gas Prices
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Nigeria: Oil and Gas Prices

Global oil and gas prices are generally influenced by different factors like uncertain supply, temporary spikes and declines in demand, varying infrastructure investment levels, and political unrest in major oil-producing nations. Sustained skyrocketing oil and gas prices have implications for climate change and the environment. Increased oil and gas prices spur the development of some...

50% of Vehicles in Nigeria Projected to be Locally Built or Assembled EVs in Ten Years
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50% of Vehicles in Nigeria Projected to be Locally Built or Assembled EVs in Ten Years

According to the Director-General of the National Automotive Design and Development Council (NADDC)  General status of passenger cars in the country The International Trade Administration cites a report by the National Bureau of statistics released in 2018 which put the total number of vehicles in Nigeria at 11.8 million. Of this number, 4.6 million are...

The Nigerian Government is Designing a National Adaptation Plan
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The Nigerian Government is Designing a National Adaptation Plan

Generally, Africa has an urgent need to effectively address climate change because of its effects on the continent. According to the UNFCCC, the regions with the greatest capacity gaps in terms of climate services are Africa and the small island developing States. Due to these gaps, there is a continued need for climate change adaptation...

Inauguration of a Government-Sponsored National Clean Cooking Committee in Nigeria
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Inauguration of a Government-Sponsored National Clean Cooking Committee in Nigeria

The most significant climate change-related event in Nigeria in the first half of the year 2022 is the federal government’s inauguration of a committee to develop a national policy on clean cooking. This development is important because of the country’s pledge to increase access to clean cooking by 2030 as part of its Nationally Determined...

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