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Nigeria pushes on with electricity sector reforms, as nationwide strike shuts grid once again

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Issue 507 - 09 Jun 2024 - By Marc Howard | 7 minute read

Yet another grid collapse in early June underscored the perilous state of Nigeria’s electricity supply industry, but the 2023 Electricity Act, the recent creation of an unbundled independent system operator and other reforms from President Tinubu’s government may augur for better days ahead, writes Marc Howard.

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