Nigeria's electricity distribution companies (DisCos) are on track to install more than 2 million meters by the end of the year as part of the Federal Government's meter distribution program.
The United Nations Climate Change Conferences will be held in Glasgow, United Kingdom, in November to assess countries' efforts to reduce carbon emissions.
Chile has never been a major player on the global energy picture. However, the sun-drenched, wind-rich South American country is erecting structures to position itself as a leader in the developing green hydrogen economy, a model Nigeria should follow.
While a global backlash against fossil fuels is gathering steam, with bankers halting investments and countries proposing restrictions on gasoline-powered automobiles, the world's largest oil cartel argues that oil should be part of the answer.
The Niger Delta region of Nigeria may be home to some of the country's most productive oil resources, but the towns that surround them have suffered social and environmental consequences as a result.
Different stakeholders in Nigeria's power sector have expressed various reactions to the Transmission Company of Nigeria's (TCN) decision to stop qualified customers' operations.
Anyone considering making the switch to smart grids should think about reliability. When a grid can regularly supply energy when it is needed, it is considered reliable. In many developing countries, including Nigeria, grid dependability is a major issue.
Although the hydrogen economy is still in its infancy, most progressive governments are already trying to build projects and reduce prices, whereas Nigeria remains unresponsive despite having a variety of hydrogen-producing resources.
The European Union is considering new legislation to phase out coal as a source of electricity and wean the economy off fossil fuels, as well as levies on polluting imports.
Local enterprises in Nigeria's oil and gas sector are pressing the government to implement technical skill transfer rules in the local content law, citing worries about their ability to manage assets abandoned by oil majors.