Facing serious electricity supply deficit over many years, the Federal Government of Nigeria (“FGN”) is actively seeking to improve conditions for private investment in the power and energy sector. Solar power is a critical component of the power policy of the FGN, which has reaffirmed its commitment to increasing renewable energy capacity as a part of Nigeria’s Vision 2020. Overall, the Vision 2020 programme presents an ambitious goal of achieving 35,000 MW by 2020, of which 10% (3,500 MW) is targeted to be provided from renewable energy.
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