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Electricity tariff between N4 and N50 per kWh not cost reflective – report

by DIPO OLADEHINDE

October 31, 2018 | 2:03 am
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With approximately 55 percent of Nigeria’s population lacking access to electricity, the country’s current electricity tariff of between N4 and N50 per kWh is neither cost-reflective nor sustainable, Nigeria’s Mini Grid Investment report 2018, has disclosed. Authored and published by the Nigerian Economic Summit Group (NESG) and Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI), the report explained the…

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by DIPO OLADEHINDE

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