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03 Mar 2022

Nigeria: Financing Instruments for the Mini-Grid Market (A case study)

Tags
Electricity utilities
Energy Access
Finance and Investment
Renewable Energy
Mini Grids

This case studies focuses on the one hand, renewable energy industry solutions built on
revenue-driven business models, as well as on best practice regulatory frameworks that have solved
common challenges in the development of the rural electrification and off-grid market. With a focus on
Africa, the case studies aim to present policymakers and stakeholders with encouraging evidence from
the renewable energy world.

This case study features Nigeria and draws on the experience of the Nigerian Federal Ministry of Power,
the Rural Electrification Agency, the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission, the Nigerian Energy
Support Programmes supported by the EU and Germany, and the Federal Government’s Nigerian
Electrification Project which receives support from the African Development Bank and World Bank.
 

Nigeria