Reaping the Rewards of Agricultural Electrification

In Nigeria, agriculture employs over two-thirds of the labor force.
In Nigeria, agriculture employs over two-thirds of the labor force.
Electrifying agricultural productive uses is critical to enable sustainable, commercially-led power service provisions in rural communities across Nigeria.
Cassava grating, rice milling, and flour milling are primed for electrification and implementation in Nigeria immediately.

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A U.S. Government-led partnership that seeks to add 30,000 MW and 60 million electricity connections in sub-Saharan Africa by 2030 > https://bit.ly/2yPx3lJ

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