Initial findings for Nigeria
- Nigeria has poor national and regional electricity grid
- Nigeria suffers from poor transmission and distribution systems
- Nigeria has one of the lowest electricity consumption per capita in the world
- Captive generation used in many industries exceeds the available grid-connected capacities
- Nigerian government aims to achieve 30 GW of electricity capacity by 2030 with 30% share of renewable energy
- Mini-grid uptake in Nigeria is strong and growing
We would like to invite you to join us for a webinar on Clean Captive Installations for Industrial Clients in Sub-Sahara Africa.
The United Nations Environment Programme, in partnership with its collaborating Centre at Frankfurt School of Finance and Management, is implementing the “Clean Captive Installations for Industrial Clients in Sub-Sahara Africa” Project in four countries: Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana and South Africa. The project aims to demonstrate the economic and financial viability of clean captive energy installations for industries and enhance their adoption of a replicable model in the four partner countries and beyond to the entire continent. This project is part of the International Climate Initiative (IKI) of Germany. The Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety supports this initiative based on a decision adopted by the German Bundestag. As part of this project, solar commercial and industrial pilot projects will be supported in each of the countries.
For this live webinar, we will present a session on Call for Proposal for Pilot Projects and Nigeria overview of the C&I solar market. A pre-recorded session is available on the project website with the different Tools developed for the solar in the C&I sector.
SESSION 1 – CALL FOR PROPOSAL AND NIGERIA COUNTRY STUDY
When: Thursday 15th July 2021 | 10 AM to 1 PM GMT + 1 (12 PM- 3PM EAT)
This live webinar session will focus on the call for proposal for the pilot projects that target captive power use in innovative business models, to overcome current barriers within the captive solar market. This session includes the key findings from the Nigeria Country Study on clean energy installations for industrial clients as well as the application process, the selection criteria, the timeline, along with an open-ended Q&A session to address all comments from the audience
Please register for the webinar session – Call for proposal here
PRE- RECORDED SESSION 2 – TOOLS
The pre- recorded session will focus on presenting different tools developed for solar in the C&I sector,
Please find the link to the pre-recorded session – Tools here
Looking forward to having you join us!
The CICSA Team