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Nigeria launches off-grid solar tender

The Nigerian Ministry of Power is accepting bids to build seven off-grid PV projects, along with other installations that will improve access to energy.

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Nigeria kicks off tender for 10 MW solar park

The Nigeria Sovereign Investment Authority (NSIA) is seeking proposals for a 10 MW grid-connected solar plant in Kumbotso, Nigeria.

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African nations could install 30 GW by 2030: BSW-Solar

A new report analyzing 10 solar markets throughout Africa claims that the continent’s PV market could expand from about 5 GW at present to up to 30 GW by the end of the next decade.

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Nigeria’s MBSO launches tender for 100 MW solar park

The project is being developed by independent power producer Alten Africa in Kogi State, in the central region of Nigeria.

Nigeria kicks off 1 GW solar IPP program for rural electrification

Nigeria’s Rural Electrification Agency is seeking consultants to conduct feasibility studies and develop a masterplan design for the ambitious program, which aims to establish a new energy infrastructure in the state of Jigawa. The program is backed by the African Development Bank.

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Nigeria launches Sub-Saharan Africa’s first green bond

The $29.8 million in funds will be used to finance the implementation of projects by Nigeria’s Ministries, Departments and Agencies towards the achievement of its commitment to the Paris Agreement.

Wärtsilä to deploy 75 MW (AC) of PV in Nigeria

The Finnish technology group has been awarded a contract by Pan Africa Solar Ltd to build a solar plant in Katsina State, northern Nigeria.

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Dangote Industries and Blackstone plan 100 MW solar plant in Nigeria

The Nigerian industrial group was granted funds to conduct the feasibility study for the 100 MW facility by the USTDA. The plant would be built in Kano State, in the north of Nigeria, where the two companies are also planning to construct a 1 GW coal power plant.

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Access Power gets financing for 50 MW PV project in Nigeria

The $1.65 million loan will be used to co-finance a 50 MW solar facility under development in Nigeria’s Kaduna State. The company expect to reach financial close for the project by the end of this year.

Nigerian government inks deals for 120 MW of solar

Nigeria’s Ministry of Power has signed two put/call option agreements with local solar developers Afrinegia Nigeria Limited and CT Cosmos Nigeria Limited. The two companies are planning to build two PV plants with a combined capacity of 120 MW.

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