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#NextWebinar: Potentials Of Mini-Grid and the Nigeria Power Sector


Electricity is a pecuniary problem not only in the African continent but also in Nigeria. Lack of basic electricity has denied lots of socio-economic development and growth individually, institutionally and as a country. 

Our public power supply had failed and is failing. People and industries have had to seek working alternatives whether it is environmentally friendly or not.

Renewable Energy is an antidote to the power problem and have provided relief to those that have adopted it. It is undoubtedly the future of Energy in view of the abundance of sun, water, wind and other natural resources. However, there are criticism of its high cost, the viability and efficiency. 


Experienced and highly cerebral Speakers representing all these various interests will converge and discuss the all-important topic of Renewable Energy and it's socio-economic effects.

Join us at the next edition of #REForum

Topic: Potentials Of Mini-Grid and the Nigeria Power Sector

Date: Saturday, 1st August, 2020.

Time: 10:30am GMT +1

Venue: Online (Zoom)


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Speakers brief citation

1. Samuel BabalolaBusiness Development Manager, Rubitec Solar Nigeria

Samuel is passionate about developing effective solutions for improvede lectricity access in both unserved and underserved communities. 

Having obtained a BSc (Hons.) degree in Chemical Engineering at the University of Lagos, he received the Pan African University scholarship award for MSc in Energy Engineering in Algeria along with some selected African scholars. 

He has a strong experience in the development of solar mini-grid businesses and currently leads the business development unit at Rubitec Solar in Nigeria.


1. Engr. Akinpelu Cornelius Shogunle, PhD, PE, FNIMechE, R.Engr., CPP, CEM is the Managing Director & CEO of Highland Energy Solution Services Limited, a Lagos-Nigeria based diversified electrical engineering and energy integration, hybrid renewable, automation and control solution services, utility and resource company.

He holds a BSc degree in mechanical engineering and a Doctoral (PhD.) degree in Power Systems Electro-Mechanical Engineering Analysis & Design from the Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, Illinois. He is a practicing registered Professional Engineer, Certified Plumbing Professional, Certified Energy Manager and Fellow of the Nigerian Institution of Mechanical Engineers and an active member of the Nigerian Society of Engineers. 


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Olatunde Tijani

CEO, Leo6 Energy