The global demand for renewable energy is on the rise whereas it increasingly gains more importance in Africa in terms of meeting the growing energy needs on the African continent.
The different sources of renewable energies are acknowledged to be environmentally friendly and are becoming more affordable to build. There are easier to deploy and provide the possibility to be established on-grid as well as off-grid. By investing in renewable energy technologies, African nations will contribute to a low carbon economy and as such help meet sustainability goals. From an economic perspective, the shift away from fossil fuel to renewable energies does not only contribute to sustainable development but it is also cost-effective and thus benefits corporates in terms of saving costs and simultaneously satisfies customers as a result of cheaper electricity.
Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa with high demand for electricity which offers huge opportunities for foreign investors to deliver different renewable energy technologies to the largest economy in Africa and one of the fastest growing economies in the world. In the year 2050 it has been forecast that Nigeria is going to be at the top 10 global economy.
In this regard, the Nigerian government encourages foreign investors to explore the existing opportunities in the renewable energy sector encompassing the development, engineering, construction and operation of renewable projects.
We are independent global facilitators and experts in mediating between parties involved in the business cooperation. We collaborate with foreign investors being interested in investing in renewable projects in Nigeria, encompassing:
• Tidal power
• Wave power
• Wind power
• Solar power
• Hydro power
• Geothermal power
Our expertise includes:
• Linking foreign investors with the Nigerian government to invest in renewable energies/renewable projects
• Assisting foreign investors in looking to undertake a renewable project in Nigeria
• Researching and analyzing renewable projects at the local, state, and federal level that match the requirements of foreign investors
• Finding suitable locations for the power plants to be developed and constructed by foreign investors while taking into account environmental considerations and the interests of local communities