This Social Action Briefing addresses issues of poor energy access for communities amidst routine gas flaring by oil companies that operate in joint venture with the Nigerian government. With Nigeria flaring more gas than any other country in the world, there is avoidable wastage of energy resources in addition to contributing to local pollution and climate change.
This briefing provides an understanding of Nigeria’s energy policy with an emphasis on identifying options for utilising associated gas and renewable energy resources. It show how readily available energy resources can be utilised towards addressing the needs of Nigerian citizens. Read Full Report
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