Globally, energy systems are undergoing a transition to renewable energy. This is due to the adverse effect of conventional energy sources on the environment, energy security, and the volatile nature of crude oil prices. In Nigeria, the need to support this transition is rooted in the deplorable state of Nigeria’s electricity sector which is marred by problems such as electricity shortage, domination of fossil-fired systems, struggling power infrastructure, the need to diversify energy sources, and reduce the nation’s dependence on crude oil.
To read the full article, click here.
UNILAG Law Review, (2023) Volume 6 Edition 1.