ELECTRICITY powers growth, boosts education and improves lives. Yet about 1.1bn mostly rural dwellers in Asia and Africa remain stuck in the dark. They have no electric light, rely on
The Mission Launch of Nigerian Electrification Project by Rural Electrification Agency, in Conjunction with the World Bank and African Development Bank, held at the Agency Headquarter in Abuja on 24th
EEP Phase 2 Stakeholder Meeting Engagement The Energizing Education Programme (EEP) Phase 2 Stakeholder engagement forum, funded by the World Bank was held on the 19th of July 2018, at
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Nigeria is yet to find a lasting solution to her power problems, irrespective of the huge investment and several efforts by the Federal Government. An estimated 5,000 megawatts of electricity