Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola (SAN), has charged non-public buyers within the power sector to develop small distribution networks.
The minister believes it could be simpler and extra environment friendly answer to Nigeria’s energy downside.
Fashola gave the cost on Thursday whereas inspecting the ‘Energising Economy Electrification’ undertaking at Ariaria Market, Aba, the financial hub of Abia.
The undertaking is being dealt with by the Rural Electrification Agency.
”This is why we’re telling these offering energy utilizing gasoline and photo voltaic to develop smaller options because the generator firms are doing,” Fashola.
Fashola stated that doing smaller options was simpler and extra environment friendly than producing 1000’s of megawatts which might value a lot to transmit from the purpose of technology to the tip customers.