Nigeria will need US$3.5bn per annum for the next 10 years to expand electricity output to 40,000 MW in 2020. President Goodluck Jonathan is set on creating an enabling environment for investment. Shouldn't you be part?
The Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa (Sefa) and its partners have launched a business plan competition dubbed the West Africa Forum for Clean Energy Financing (Wafcef) to identify promising regional entrepreneurs and unlock renewable-energy and energy efficiency investments in West Africa.
With the increased push to meter electricity in Nigeria, the market is open to bring local content and create job opportunties. Will government create a local content department to enhance capacity? A local metering company in Ghana has set out to double its production capacity to be able to serve the rest of West Africa. Shouldn't you be expanding your metering offerings to West Africa too?
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