Our Project Targets

Grid Ext. Projects – 100%

Solar Related Projects – 100%

Installation Of Transformers – 100%

Mini Hydro Power Station Projects – 100%


The physical embodiment of Vision 2020, was launched in August 2016. The plan is to power 19888 numbers of homes by the year 2020. Supplying 9388 amount of solar panels to 5342 amount of communities that will affect 153,188 Families.

Homes Powered
by 2020
Rural Areas
Accross the country
Solar Panels
by 2020
Impacted by 2020


The aim of the Off Grid Electrification Strategy is to provide access to clean and sustainable electricity to millions of Nigerians.


    1. To develop a data driven off grid model for Nigeria that will become an exemplar for Sub Saharan Africa;
    2. To promote the use of decentralised energy solutions to power households, communities & businesses;
    3. To develop 10,000 mini grids by 2023 which will provide power to 14% of the population;
    4. To provide reliable power supply for 250,000 SMEs;
    5. To provide uninterrupted power supply in Federal Universities and University Teaching Hospitals;
    6. To deploy 5 million solar standalone systems for residential and SMEs by 2023;
    7. To supports the FGN’s climate change obligations under the Paris Agreement, with respect to promoting renewable and reducing carbon emissions.

Average Electrification Rate Across the Country


The Rural Electrification Goal of the Federal Government of Nigeria is to increase access to electricity to 75% and 90% by 2020 and 2030 respectively and at least 10% of renewable energy mix by 2025, fully utilizing the Rural Electrification Policy (2005) & National Electric Power Policy (2001). Rural Electricity Users Cooperative Societies (REUCS) are expected to own, operate, and maintain Rural Electricity Systems mainly in Cooperation with DisCos and other professional private sector companies providing the know-how required to operate such systems. It is REA’s sustainability platform.


The New Paradigm for Rural Electrification