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W/Bank praises Nigeria’s model for access to solar electricity

The Nigeria Electrification Programme has received praise from the World Bank, which praised it as a long-term, sustainable ambition.

The World Bank Task Team Lead for NEP, Arsh Sharma, commented on the scorecard so far, saying that NEP is the organization’s flagship energy access engagement and serves as a model for many sub-Saharan nations due to its creative yet adaptable design. It is the result of a number of things, including a strong private sector, clear regulations, and an effective implementing institution.

Jon Exel, co-task team lead for the NEP at the World Bank, added in his remarks that the Nigerian government is putting an emphasis on long-term sustainability, which promotes inclusivity, market size, and a willingness to address electricity-related concerns.

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