The Energizing Education Programme (EEP) is a rural electrification initiative that
seeks to develop off grid independent power plant (IPP) projects for the generation and provision of adequate power supply (89.6MW) to 37 federal universities (the “Universities”) and 7 university teaching hospitals across the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
Provision of street lighting to promote and facilitate safe, secure and productive learning environments.
Development and operation of training centers to train university students, towards jumpstarting a cycle of in-campus self-sufficiency and renewable energy technology innovations.
The Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN) recently launched the Energizing Economies Initiative (EEI), as part of its wider FGN Micro, Small, Medium Enterprise (MSMEs) programme. The aim of the EEI is to increase energy access and economic growth by assisting private sector developers provide clean, reliable and affordable power to economic clusters across Nigeria; such as markets, shopping complexes and agricultural/industrial clusters.
The Rural Electrification Agency (REA) is tasked with assisting private sector developers implement sustainable off grid power solutions for economic clusters across the country.