The United States Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) is providing funding for three projects that will help to electrify many rural communities and deliver critical gas resources to support economic activity and job growth while helping US companies export goods and services.
The organisation said it has committed funding for a feasibility study to help Xenergi Nigeria Ltd. expand and construct a natural gas gathering and processing plant that will substantially increase access to customers in the Niger Delta region.
USTDA also committed funding to help the Abuja Electricity Distribution Company provide electricity to underserved communities through the implementation of up to 1,370 solar-powered minigrids with energy storage systems. USTDA Colorado’s Rocky Mountain Institute will carry out the study…
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