Synergizing Power Profession & Power Politics for the Benefit of NESI
Identifying and Separating the "Right Politics" from "Undue Politics" in the Nigerian Electricity Power Industry
The Negative Consequences of "Undue" Political Interferance in the Power Market, Regulation and Professional Practice
Causes of energy crisis in Nigeria: The role of professional technocrats to the rescue.
Upgrading/ensuring of all obsolete NES equipment as a variable means of stable electricity for national development.
The challenges and benefits of a restructured Nigeria Power System model.
Harnessing the benefits of a multi-regulated energy sector in Nigeria for sustainable socio-economic development.
An overview of the Legal framework for contracting and infrastructure development in the NESI.
The challenges of Institutionalizing occupational HE in NESI.
The NES Capacity Building: The needs assessment, and sustainable goals.
Power situation in Nigeria: Is there a permanent crisis?
The challenges and way forward for electricity distribution companies in an unstable marketing environment.
The employment of technologies to enhance power distribution equipment installations for the prevention of unauthorized access and tampering.
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