New Article on Stakeholders and Interventions in Nigeria's Electricity Sector
Apologies for cross posting
Just to share our latest article recently published in Heliyon titled A review of stakeholders and interventions in Nigeria's electricity sector. which can be found here https://doi.org/10.1016/j.heliyon.2021.e07956
Below is the abstract.
Abstract In this paper, we explored the interplay between the electricity market structure, methods of electricity trading and different stakeholder dynamics within the Nigerian Electricity Supply Industry (NESI) with a view to understanding how these interplays impact on various forms of interventions in the Nigerian electricity sector. We started off by exploring the market structure and electricity trading system within the Nigerian electricity sector and reviewed the various stakeholder groups within centralized and decentralized electricity systems in Nigeria's electricity sector by highlighting their core responsibilities and the dynamics at play in satisfying their interests. This study revealed that: (1) external stakeholder groups (such as donor agencies and multilateral organizations) exert more influence in Nigeria's electricity sector through financial interventions; (2) lack of coordination and engagement among various stakeholder groups pose a challenge to effective electricity infrastructure interventions that address the needs of people in society. The study concludes by highlighting the implications of these challenges and the need to address the rising complexities and uncertainties for better stakeholder involvement in addressing the salient challenges in the sector
Norbert Edomah. PhD. CEng, AFHEA | Associate Professor (Reader) in Energy Policy & Electricity Planning |
Head, Department of Electrical/Electronic Engineering | School of Science & Technology | Pan-Atlantic University.
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(2019) Governing sustainable industrial energy use: Energy transitions in Nigeria’s manufacturing sector.
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