Nigeria prioritises energy access in gas-focused transition light on carbon pricing detail

Published 17:52 on August 24, 2022  /  Last updated at 17:52 on August 24, 2022  /  Africa, Climate Talks, EMEA, International  /  No Comments

Oil rich Nigeria has unveiled its energy transition plan that targets an end to energy poverty by 2030 enshrines a 2060 net zero emissions goal, with key focus on power sector reform, gas and solar growth, and securing $10 billion of foreign investment per year to meet the climate neutral target.

Oil rich Nigeria has unveiled its energy transition plan that targets an end to energy poverty by 2030 enshrines a 2060 net zero emissions goal, with key focus on power sector reform, gas and solar growth, and securing $10 billion of foreign investment per year to meet the climate neutral target.

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