Mini grid development and management in Nigeria: Sustainability and Matters Arising

Okechukwu Ugwu, Temilade Sesan, Unico Uduka and Ewah Eleri write on the technical and financial sustainability of mini-grids in Nigeria and current policy programmes

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Mini-grid development and management in Nigeria: there is a need for deeper community engagement

Unico Uduka and Temilade Sesan write in our latest blog about the need for greater and deeper community engagement in Nigeria in developing new mini-grid projects.

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Anchoring Productive Use on Mini-Grids

Abigael Okoko writes in our third and final blog in the series from the SIGMA team at CFIA, on productive uses of energy in mini-grids, and the benefits of anchor consumers in new mini-grid projects.

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Opportunities for electric cooking in mini-grids

In the second of our blog series from the SIGMA project team at CFIA, Beryl Onjala writes about the opportunities for integrating electric cooking services into mini-grid provision, and the benefits this approach can bring.

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Community Participation in Mini-Grids Development: Key points to focus on

Mourice Kausya writes on participatory approaches to mini-grid development, and key lessons for community engagement in mini-grid projects

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SIGMA Project Meeting 28.09.21

Details from the 28.9.21 meeting of the SIGMA project team, discussing literature reviews and fieldwork preparation.

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