The Director General of the National Power Training Institute of Nigeria (NAPTIN), Ahmed Nagode, says Nigeria will explore investments in renewable energy to improve the country’s power sector.
He said the world is gradually evolving as there is a growing need for sustainable energy solutions as a result of the demand for affordable and reliable power, and the urgency to reduce environmental impact.
Nagode stated this yesterday in Abuja during the 1st Alumni seminar organised by NAPTIN tagged “Unlocking power sector potential”.
“There are huge opportunities to reshape the power sector into one that is more efficient, sustainable, and resilient. Opportunities to harness emerging technologies, leverage renewable energy sources, and revolutionise the way we generate, transmit, and consume power.
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“And it is through continuous professional development that we can seize these opportunities and unlock the full potential hidden within the power sector. The power sector continues to evolve at an unprecedented pace, driven by technological advancements, policy changes, and global sustainability goals.
“To remain at the forefront of this transformation, it is critical that continuous professional development becomes our guiding principle – it is the catalyst that will propel us forward and keep us abreast of the latest industry trends,” he said.
Speaking further, the DG disclosed that the federal government through NAPTIN, with financing from the AFD and European Union, has embarked on a project to enhance vocational training for the power sector in Nigeria, adding that consultants have been engaged to assist in reviewing and redeveloping product packages with a view to making Nigeria’s market globally competitive.
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