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Energy Transition Plan

2 days ago
The Minister of State for Power, Mr Goddy Jedy-Agba, has reiterated the Federal Government’s determination to lift 100 million Nigerians
20 Oct
Environmental engineers have advised the Federal Government to implement the $1.9 trillion Energy Transition Plan (ETP) to address climate change and other environmental hazards currently ravaging the country.
28 Aug
The Federal Government’s $10 billion yearly requirement to implement its energy transition plan on power sector reforms is already getting support from international partners.
24 Aug
The Federal Government of Nigeria will today (Wednesday August 24th, 2022) launch its Energy Transition Plan, tailored to guide the country towards the twin objectives of achieving universal access to energy by 2030 and a carbon-neutral energy system by 2060.

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