Markets - 16/August/2023

Early signs of a solar revolution in Nigeria

Despite a difficult business environment and a government directionless on decarbonisation, the early green shoots of a vibrant solar sector are emerging across Nigeria

Many Nigerians see the benefits of solar systems beyond reducing emissions

HIRED HELP The burgeoning solar sector is providing a new source of employment for thousands of locals

BUY LOCAL There are early plans to produce solar panel components in Nigeria in a bid to break the reliance on foreign supply chains

KEY QUOTE Given the state of electricity supply in the country, solar offers Nigerians a more reliable alternative ...


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