The ideology of our company is to connect local communities to potentials that might be existing in their own communities to meet their own needs. This is what we call: People to Potential to Power (P2P2P).
Our belief is that there is no community without access to any resource that can be used to meet their energy needs. These resources will range from water resources that can provide small hydro power solution to solar radiation that is abundant in many communities in Nigeria which can provide renewable energy as well as wind which, unknown to many, is one of the safest resource we can use to meet our energy needs. If there is movement of leaves on the trees in your area, it is an indication that you have wind energy potential.
Now is the time for the momentum: the technologies are becoming much cheaper than they used to cost and the regulatory framework is friendlier than it used to be. Galvanizing communities is much easier to achieve now because people are taking their own destiny into their hands. Anecdotal evidence is also supporting the hypothesis that the distribution companies are open to discussing ideas that can advance their interest in a win-win-win scenario. Grandstanding is no longer the vogue. Collaboration is viewed as the way forward for shared solution to problems. Finally, Nigeria has been reported to be the most sought-after country to foreign investors.Read More
A renewable energy expert, Patrick Tolani has said in view of the high rate of energy poverty in the country, more work and investment are needed to guarantee energy security.
Speaking in a chat with PETROLGAS REPORT, Tolani who is the Chief Executive Officer of Community Energy Social Enterprise Limited (CESEL) stated that the supply of electricity in the country is low compared to the needs of its population.
Dr. Patrick Olayinka Tolani:, a legal practitioner is a main resource person in area of stakeholder’s relationship management in the renewable energy landscape in Nigeria. In this interview with Ayobami Adedinni, the Chief Executive Officer, Community Energy Social Enterprises Limited, CESEL speaks on the potentials of the renewable energy sector, project financing among other issues.posted: October 07, 2019
Community Energy and Social Enterprise Limited (CESEL) has unveiled plans to harness $1 billion investment for DPOWER, its Diaspora focused solar power initiative in Nigeria.posted: October 07, 2019
CESEL Commissions Hybrid Power Projects in Lagos Learn More
CEA First Energy Summit/Fair 2015 | Abuja | Lagos | Port Harcourt. Learn More
The Abuja Green City was planned as part of the Nigeria centenary celebration. It was be modeled after cities such as Dubai, Monaco and Singapore, to serve as a political and economic tool for securing foreign investment.learn more