Nigeria Power Report 2021/22

16 Jul 2021

The Nigerian electricity supply industry has been engulfed in a liquidity crisis caused by inadequate infrastructure, lack of fuel supply, and non-cost-reflective tariffs, amongst other debilitating factors.

African Energy’s Nigeria Power Report 2021/22 will explore the critical issues facing the sector’s future, including the progress made in implementing the government’s sector recovery roadmap, availability of natural gas, the financial health of the electricity supply industry, the growing C&I market, and a medium-term supply and demand outlook.


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The report will be published in July. Pre-order now to receive a 10% discount - see below for details

Analysis is underpinned and informed by independent power generation forecasts based on the actual project development pipeline, with data drawn from African Energy Live Data – our proprietary database of more than 6,500 power projects and plant.

  1. Executive summary
  2. Risk management report
  3. Political risk
  4. Macroeconomic overview
  5. Electricity supply industry outlook
  6. Power sector policy
  7. Regulation for on-grid generation
  8. Gas and other resource availability
  9. ESI supply and demand outlook
  10. Transmission network
  11. Distribution network
  12. Off-grid developments
  13. Commercial and industrial market
  14. Key projects
  15. Conclusions
  16. Generation capacity data

Got a question about this upcoming report?

David Slater, Head of consultancy, will be happy to answer your questions.

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Pre-order price: £2,695.50 (usually £2,995)

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