How exactly is our energy profile accessed? Recently I stumbled on a list of indices that are used to analyze energy profiles of countries. So basically, saying 100 million people do not have access to electricity in Africa is not a vague expression, neither does it mean they these people have never seen a … Continue reading Energy Indicators for Sustainable Development.
It has taken a long deliberation and reading to decide if it was worth it to write this post, because it is quite political. Last night, I concluded it was important and it needed to be written. Like a broken record, I will say again that these are interesting times in energy as we have … Continue reading On Africa energy future being hijacked.
Talking German, the cars and the machines that come out of Germany are not the only remarkable things I have a high regard for, recently I have become acquainted with other exceptional things that Germany produces. One of them is furniture and the other is the approach to energy transition. Yes, that is a thing … Continue reading Energiewende: The German energy transition explained.
This post was triggered by an earlier post, where I was asked about the affordability of solar panels in Nigeria. If you missed my post on the common myths about solar panels, you can read it here. In this post I broke down what it will cost to power your house with energy from the … Continue reading What will it cost to power your house with solar in Nigeria? Find out here.
If you live in Nigeria, you must have been hit by the harsh reality of refueling your car and generator for almost twice the price of what it used to be few weeks back and buying vegetables at a ridiculously higher than normal price. Yesterday, in a conversation with a friend, we concluded that a … Continue reading On fuel price hike and common myths about Solar panels.