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

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“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”

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