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Nigeria’s energy transition requires stakeholders’ synergy – NESG

  The Nigerian Economic Summit Group (NESG) has stated that for Nigeria’s energy transition quest to come to light, all stakeholders must rally round and…

 

The Nigerian Economic Summit Group (NESG) has stated that for Nigeria’s energy transition quest to come to light, all stakeholders must rally round and complement government’s effort in the scheme.

The group stated this yesterday during a private sector stakeholders engagement towards a successful Nigeria energy transition (SESNET), which was held in partnership with the African Climate Foundation (ACF).

The chief executive officer of the NESG, Dr Tayo Aduloju, while delivering the welcome address, highlighted the significance of the session as a platform to engage both the private and public sectors in Nigeria’s energy transition journey.

In her overview of the project, a public-private stakeholder specialist and thematic lead, Climate Change and Green Economy of the NESG’s Sustainability Policy Commission, Mrs Dolapo Kukoyi, said, “The project will bring about information sharing and policy reforms that support interventions that drive energy transition and inclusive development by unlocking opportunities in the energy sector and carbon market.”

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In his presentation on the Challenges of Nigerian Energy Transition Plan, the facilitator of the Energy Policy Commission of the NESG, Dr Segun Adaju, said Nigeria launched her energy transition plan in 2022, which aimed to lift 100 million Nigerians out of poverty and drive economic growth by bringing modern energy services to the total population.