Nigerian Energy Reforms: Light At The End Of The Tunnel?

Nigeria's dilapidated infrastructure is a key factor holding back the country's economic growth. Power generation is particularly poor; the country of 170 million people produces less electricity than Hungary or the Netherlands. A much-delayed  privatisation drive, however, aims to reform the sector and bring electricity to the over 80mn Nigerians currently without access. This podcast features Andrew Shepherd, an analyst with Business Monitor's power team, and Mathew Searle, a senior analyst with our African country risk team

This blog is tagged to:
Sector: Country Risk, Power
Geography: Africa, Nigeria
Tags: Nigeria, Africa, power generation, privatisation, energy reforms, Matthew Searle, Andrew Shepherd

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