CLIMATE CHANGE: A global system science problem (The Nigerian Perspective)

  In the near recents of 2011, the members of the United Nations held a conference of all parties in other to address the issues surrounding a perceived global climate change. Although, no major decision was set in stone in that meeting, it was agreed that the members would reconvene in another 4 years to … Continue reading CLIMATE CHANGE: A global system science problem (The Nigerian Perspective)

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Sustainable Energy Development Can Revive Nigerian Economy

Problem Definition: The need for electricity The Nigerian economy is one of the most complex systems in the world. The myriad of age-old challenges it has faced for decades has become quite a herculean task for public officers to deal with. Taking on these challenges require competence and commitment. Unfortunately, only a few bright minds … Continue reading Sustainable Energy Development Can Revive Nigerian Economy

The Change in Power and the Power in Change

Just like the last few posts, this post is particularly about my home country, Nigeria. It's been just over a year now since Nigeria had a change in administration and a new political leadership. It's been a long ride and it's probably the toughest time the country has faced in the past decades. The arduous … Continue reading The Change in Power and the Power in Change

The Nigerian Power System: Renewable is the new Reliable

What Nigeria needs is 'reliable power supply', not 'uninterruptible power supply'… It is now the usual fashion for developing and under-developed countries to trail directly behind developments already observed in developed countries. This is clearly because the contemporary world leaders are well ahead in the age of information technology. However, we need to be aware … Continue reading The Nigerian Power System: Renewable is the new Reliable