Bringing prosperity to Nigeria's poor through energy and climate change ideas and action

  • Boko Haram: FAO distributes 11,000 fuel-efficient stoves to displaced families

    Boko Haram: FAO distributes 11,000 fuel-efficient stoves to displaced families

    The Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) says it has distributed 11, 000 fuel-efficient stoves to families displaced by the Boko Haram insurgency in Borno. Patrina Pink, FAO’s Communication Officer, said in a statement in Maiduguri on Wednesday that the stoves were provided under the Norway supported Safe Access to Fuel and Energy (SAFE) programme. Pink

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  • Breaking Through on Technology

    Overcoming the barriers to the development and wide deployment of low-carbon technology

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  • Building Trust and Cooperation in a North–South Climate Change Compact

    The purpose of this paper is to survey the current international climate negotiations and to outline the areas that may be of material interest to national environmental regulators ahead of December’s United Nations Conference on Climate Change in Copenhagen.

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  • Call for Expression of Interest for Stove businesses

    Call for Expression of Interest for Stove businesses

        The International Centre for Energy, Environment and Development (ICEED) is leading the Cookstove Component of an EU funded Project in 7 Local Government Areas in Katsina. The cookstove component of the project has an overall aim of producing and disseminating 35,000 stoves to households within the duration of the project. This call for

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  • Can the low-carbon development agenda increase energy access for the poor in Nigeria?

    The Nigerian economy depends on fossil fuel extraction and export, yet 60 per cent of its people live without access to electricity or modern cooking fuels. Can a shift to a lower-carbon economy help to increase energy access and reduce poverty? Nigeria’s low carbon policy framework is evolving in response to international obligations and incentives,

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  • Canadian Company Provides Clean Natural Gas Fuelling Stations in Nigeria

    Canadian Company Provides Clean Natural Gas Fuelling Stations in Nigeria

    January 29, 2013 – Lagos – The Honourable Ed Fast, Minister of International Trade and Minister for the Asia-Pacific Gateway, today visited the Dangote Group of Companies in Lagos, Nigeria, to see how IMW Industries of Chilliwack, British Columbia, is providing fuelling station solutions to displace traditional liquid transport fuels with compressed natural gas (CNG),

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International Centre for Energy, Environment and Development provides ideas that link energy and climate change policy reforms to prosperity for Nigeria’s poor.

Our strength lies in our partnerships. ICEED works with progressive Nigerian and international research centres, government agencies, specialists and entrepreneurs. We build multi-stakeholder platforms to respond to energy and climate challenges that affect the poor.