Dangote leads Nigeria’s beyond gensets private generation boom


Issue 469 - 02 Oct 2022 - By Marc Howard | 2 minute read

Chronic power unreliability remains a blight in Nigeria – with half a dozen grid collapses so far this year – while the national grid remains woefully under-powered. Nigerians remain dependent on diesel and other back-ups, while big commercial and industrial (C&I) investments are being made by large private sector players. African Energy examines how the Dangote Group is becoming one of the country's major electricity generators.

 

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