Micro-Grids Can Change the Future

A common metric for a state’s level of development used to be the number of telephones per person. The logic was that landline telephone infrastructure was costly and the more developed it was in a state the more developed the country was overall. Unfortunately, this no longer holds true for the developing world. With the... Continue Reading →

Can Nigeria Solve its Energy Crisis Alone?

Nigeria is facing what many consider to be an ‘energy crisis’. This is an issue that has been growing for years and is increasingly becoming a larger issue with time. Nigeria is currently Africa’s most populated country, with nearly 200 million people. According to a Nigerian Energy Policy report, it is estimated that only 40%... Continue Reading →

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