Electricity and Energy Transition in Nigeria provides readers with a detailed account of the dynamics of energy infrastructure change in Nigeria’s electricity sector.
The book starts by introducing the basic theories underpinning the politics of energy infrastructure supply and goes on to explore the historical dimensions of the Nigerian energy transition by highlighting the influences and drivers of energy systems change. Edomah also examines the political dynamics at play, highlighting the political actors and institutions that shape energy supply, as well as the impact of consumer politics. The book concludes by considering how all these factors may influence the future of energy in Nigeria.
This book will be of great interest to students and scholars of energy transitions, energy technology and infrastructure, and African Studies more generally.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
part I|36 pages
Energy demand and supply theories
part II|34 pages
Historical dimensions of the Nigerian energy transitions
part III|49 pages
Political dynamics of energy systems change
part IV|50 pages
The future of energy