• Promoting Energy Education and Entrepreneurship through IRECA

    ICEED Resource Centre Afikpo seeks to build skills, entrepreneurship and product development for the growth of Nigeria’s clean energy market.Find out more about this programme

  • Promoting sustainable cooking energy reforms in Ebonyi & Niger states

    Improving the health of women and children, empowering small businesses and reforming policies.Find out more about this programme

  • Scaling-Up Access to Sustainable Cooking Solutions in Katsina State

    ICEED partners OXFAM and the European Union to deliver locally adaptable sustainable cooking energy solutionsFind out more about this programme

  • Promoting Climate Compatible Pro-Poor Energy Infrastructure

    ICEED works with Adam Smith International to deliver sustainable infrastructure services to promote growth and poverty reductionFind out more about this programme

  • Stopping Nigeria going up in smoke

    Nigeria experiences one of the highest number of smoke-related deaths in the world. To tackle this problem, ICEED hosts the Nigerian Alliance for Clean Cookstoves. The Alliance is a public-private partnership to introduce 10 million fuel-efficient stoves to save lives, money and our forests.Find out more about this programme

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Indoor Air Pollution Puts 3 Billion at Risk of Early Death and Poor Health, by Jayalakshmi K. - Yahoo News

Indoor air pollution arising from burning solid fuels like wood or charcoal is putting nearly 3 billion at risk of ill health and early death, according to a new commission looking into the problem.


Policy uncertainty threatens renewable energy development, By Sebastine OBASI - Vanguard

The development of renewable energy will slow down over the next five years unless policy uncertainty is diminished, the International Energy Agency, IEA, said in its latest third annual Medium-Term Renewable Energy Market Report.


93,000 Nigerians die yearly from firewood smoke, says statistics - The Guardian

A global agency, International Centre for Energy, Environment and Development (ICEED), has disclosed that 93,000 Nigerians die annually as a result of smoke inhaled while cooking with firewood.


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