The Future of Sub Sahara Power Sector - Nigeria Focus

With a new Government in place Nigeria is promising to make significant strides forward in energy development. What changes are on the horizon? How will these changes impact investors?

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Mon, 2016-04-18 13:00 UTC
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It was recently announced that as Africa’s largest economy, Nigeria is expected to generate 1000 MW from coal by the year 2020. In addition, the Government has unveiled plans to target 4000 MW from nuclear energy as well as issuing solar power PPAs.

With a new Government in place Nigeria is promising to make significant strides forward in energy development.

What changes are on the horizon? How will these changes impact on investors?

This webinar is part of our In Focus track Power In Africa: A Future Investment Outlook which covers the African energy investment outlook with a particular focus on southern, eastern and west Africa.

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