Nigeria stakeholder consultation and country action platform workshop: moving toward a common vision of sector and Nigeria market needs
The Nigerian Alliance for Clean Cookstoves is a public-private partnership that seeks to introduce 10 million clean cookstoves to Nigerian homes and institutions by 2020.
Firewood smoke is third largest killer of women, children in Nigeria- WHO
Smoke emanating from firewood used for cooking is the third greatest killer of women and children in Nigeria, statistics from the World Health Organisation, WHO, has revealed.
72% Nigerians depend solely on fuel wood for cooking. BY BONAVENTURE MELAH
An estimated 72 per cent of Nigeria’s population depend solely on firewood for cooking, says the International Centre for Energy and Environmental Development (ICEED), an NGO.
Combating Desertification Through Clean Cooking Stoves. BY EVELYN OKORUWA
Lack of adequate cooking energy in Nigeria especially in the rural areas saw the locals seeking for alternative source of energy, resulting in the felling of trees. Apparently, felling of our trees has resulted in desertification apart from that smoke from these burn woods which is said to be harmful to our health and the ecosystem. Evelyn Okoruwa looks at this issue.
ICEED releases new report on low carbon energy access
Nigeria has an abundance of energy resources and widespread energy poverty, a shift to a low-carbon economy can help increase energy access and reduce energy poverty. This is the key message of a new report “Low Carbon Energy Development in Nigeria: Challenges and Opportunities”
Canadian Company Provides Clean Natural Gas Fuelling Stations in Nigeria
January 29, 2013 - Lagos - The Honourable Ed Fast, Minister of International Trade and Minister for the Asia-Pacific Gateway, today visited the Dangote Group of Companies in Lagos, Nigeria.
The Nigeria Alliance for Clean Cookstoves Thanks Clinton
The US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is retiring from the Obama Administration this January. She has made the promotion of access to clean cookstoves the cornerstone of her work in the State Department.
Nigeria: Christian Aids Reports Decline in Rural Electrification. By BENNETT OGHIFO
A report just released by the International Centre for Energy, Environment & Development (ICEED) in collaboration with Christian Aid finds a significant decline in political interest for expanding electricity services to rural areas.
ICEED-FOSTERING EXPANSION ACCESS TO PRO-POOR ENERGY SERVICES IN NIGERIA
Nigeria has been facing widespread energy poverty despite having abundant energy resources, according to a report released by the International Center for Energy, Environment and Development (ICEED).
ICEED Launches Report on Expanding Access to Pro-Poor Energy Services in Nigeria
About 15.3 million households have no access to grid electricity. Seventy-two percent of the population depends on traditional fuelwood for cooking. Contrary to the Federal Government's National Energy Policy and Vision 2020, deepening poverty has forced a reversal in the transition to modern and efficient energy forms.