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Images: Validating draft energy sector reports

A group of stakeholders gathered in Port Harcourt, Rivers State on November 15 to 16, 2018 to validate two draft reports related to a five-year project titled: “De-Risking Renewable Energy NAMA (Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Action) for the Nigerian Power Sector”. The project commenced last year.

The project is being implemented by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), in collaboration with the Energy Commission of Nigeria (ECN), the Federal Ministry of Environment, Federal Ministry of Power, Works & Housing and other stakeholders.

The study reports validated in Port Harcourt were: “Nigerian domestic financial sector reform to unlock low-cost local capital for green investment” and “The development of an MRV mechanism for the Nigerian power sector”.

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Project consultant, Huzi Mshelia, and National Coordinator, Okon Ekpenyong (in the fore ground) share some points with delegates at the gathering
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Ms. Aishat Barde of the Department of Climate Change in the Federal Ministry of Environment (second from left), with representatives from the civil society at the meeting
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A view of delegates at the validation workshop
De-Risking Renewable Energy NAMA
Stakeholders met for two days to review and validate the two reports

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