Our projects entail consultation, installation, and energy management services in the sustainable energy and critical infrastructure fields. See how we have contributed to the sustainable development of some communities.
19.07.2016 - 25.08.2016
Five NiFEG members -- Oghare, Adetunji, Jubilee, Ahmed and Ayoola -- were involved in drafting the Nigerian Climate Change Bill, upon request from the Climate Change Committee of the Nigerian National House of Representative (lower house of the National Assembly). The bill is expected to be completed by Q3 2016.
20.05.2016 - 31.06.2016
This outreach project was in the form of solar PV installations at Kaduna State University; a government-owned university in the northern part of Nigeria. The solar PV system, which includes 2.25 kW of PV panels, 19.2 kWh of battries (for storage), and a 5kVa inverter, powers two of the university's lecture theatres till date. The project was sponsored by NordOest LLC, Qantab and Soraytec Middle East
In this project we would be developing a crowd funding platform where locals can contribute to the cause of powering their community with renewables. The platform would be launched on the website in the nearest future.
08.06.2014 - 30.07.2015
Misconceptions about the solar PV technology in Nigeria came to our notice hence, we are attempting to use this as an outreach program in order to sensitize Nigerians to the true picture of this technology. Our approach to this project is to light up a number of lecture theaters in higher institutions across Nigeria. Ahmadu Bello University in Zaria was the kick off institution. Watch out as we might just be in an institution near you soon.
15.05.2014 - 22.05.2014
This project was as a consultation by the Energy Subcommittee of Nigeria's National Conference . The committee requested our recommendations on a road map for the renewable energy sector in the country. You can read more about our reccomendations in the article that ensued.