Nigeria’s renewable energy capacity increased marginally to 2154 Megawatts(MW) in 2021 from 2150 MW in 2020, according to a new analysis by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) mapping renewable energy capacity in the previous year.
Hydropower, which accounted for 2,111 MW of Nigeria’s renewable energy capacity, provided the majority of the country’s renewable energy capacity, the report said.
The Niger and Benue rivers, as well as the Lake Chad basin, are significant rivers and natural falls with abundant hydropower potential in Nigeria...
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