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[Communiqué] Nextier Power Distribution Roundtable: Unravelling Liquidity Issues in Nigeria’s Electricity Supply Industry

[Communiqué] Nextier Power Distribution Roundtable: Unravelling Liquidity Issues in Nigeria’s Electricity Supply Industry

PREAMBLE Nigeria’s electricity supply market is in a liquidity crisis and is currently cash flow insolvent.  The shortfall in the market could be about N1 trillion by December 2016.  These shortfalls affect the entire market and pose the risk of a complete shutdown of the electricity supply market.  On Wednesday, October 5, 2016, Nextier Power

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September 2016 Nextier Power Wednesday with Rahila Thomas (Country Director, EMRC) on “Assessing Nigeria’s Power Sector Reform”

Ms. Rahila Thomas, Country Director, Energy Market and Rates Consultants (EMRC) Limited, was a guest on Nextier Power Wednesday to discuss “Assessing Nigeria’s Power Sector Reform”. EMRC is a global leader in energy markets, regulation and transactions. In Nigeria, EMRC provides advice and support to regulators, distributors, generators, investors and operators in the power and

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August 2016 #NextierPowerWednesday Twitterview With Kalu Ukoha on “Cash Flow: Deciphering Liquidity Issues in Nigeria’s Electricity Market”

Kalu Ukoha (Associate Director, Power and Utilities – Ernst & Young) joined Nigeria Electricity Hub on twitter @NGElectricHub to discuss “Cash Flow: Deciphering Liquidity Issues in Nigeria’s Electricity Market” The discussion points were: Liquidity challenges in Nigeria’s electricity market Pragmatic Solutions to liquidity challenges Investment Opportunities and government’s role in the electricity market #NextierPowerWednesday an

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July 2016 #NEHPowerWednesday Twitterview With Dr. Sanusi Ohiare on “Rural Electrification: Increasing Access to Electricity in Off-Grid Communities”

Dr. Sanusi Ohiare (Advisor, Rural Electrification, Nigerian Energy Support Programme GIZ) joined Nigeria Electricity Hub on twitter @NGElectricHub to discuss “Rural Electrification: Increasing Access to Electricity in Off-grid Communities” The discussion points were: Challenges and pragmatic solutions to rural electrification GIS as a tool for electrification Potential opportunities in rural electrification #PowerWednesday an initiative of

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