Nigeria’s tolerance for altruistic plans and statements about the climate in 30, 50, 80 years while millions still wallow in poverty seems to be (justifiably…) waning


“Kristina Skierka, Power for All CEO, said: “Neither centralised or decentralised energy can end energy poverty alone. However, through partnership and leveraging comparative strengths, traditional utilities and innovative DRE companies can create a new frontier in the fight to end energy poverty.”

“Only 28% of Uganda’s population can access electricity via the national grid. According to the World Bank it would take more than 10 million customers for Uganda to achieve universal electricity access”