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Nigerian operators slam tariff hike on solar panels call for govt intervention

By CNBC
24 September 2018   |   5:40 am
Operators in Nigeria’s energy space are clamoring for government's intervention on tariff hikes for solar panel importation. Segun Adaju, President of the Renewable Energy Association of Nigeria joins CNBC Africa to discuss the details and its implication on Nigeria’s bid to improve its energy mix.

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