About 600 million Africans live without electricity!
"Access to energy is absolutely fundamental in the struggle against poverty," said World Bank Vice President Rachel Kyte. "It is energy that lights the lamp that lets you do your homework, that keeps the heat on in a hospital, that lights the small businesses where most people work. Without energy, there is no economic growth, there is no dynamism, and there is no opportunity."
Our Mission Statement
Clean and Sustainable Energy Advocacy
AFRICLEG seeks to provide expert analysis on Clean, Renewable and Sustainable Energy issues and the impacts of Climate Change in the African continent.
Nigeria: FG pledges commitment as consortium floats initiative to power 10m MSME
Press Release: AKWA IBOM STATE, NIGERIA HOSTS FIRST CLIMATE CHANGE & CLEAN ENERGY MEGA SUMMIT
SOLAR GENERATORS SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION AGREEMENT FOR EMPOWERING SMEs IN NIGERIA
SOLARIZATION OF S.M.Es' KIOSKS IN AFRICA
Caregivers Clean Cooking Solutions Scheme
Caregivers Clean Energy Clinic
Clean Energy Advocacy
We educate the masses on Climate Change and Clean/renewable energy in non-technical terms through the Africa Clean Energy Summit
We promote the adoption African Families for empowerment (Provision of Solar Home systems and mosquito nets, as part of our Eliminate Darkness Initiative).
We provide clean cookstoves to selected women to replace open firewood fireplace and kerosene stoves that cause indoor pollution.
We furnish a selected African Community Health Centre or Hospital with Solar systems for lighting, water pumps, drugs storage and sterilization.
Clean Energy Clubs Initiative
Establish Clean Energy Clubs in African Schools and Colleges and organize International, National and Local Contests and Quizzes…
Adopt a Youth Initiative
We provide Scholarship into the field of Environmental Studies (or related discipline) to youths in Africa to build capacity
We Empower and train African Women & Youths to start a Clean Energy business thereby creating jobs and reducing poverty
We Empower selected African community school by furnishing it with Solar systems for lighting and Solar drinking water system
FACTS AND FIGURES
Nigerians Living without Electricity
Nigerians rely on wood/biomass for cooking
People in sub-Saharan Africa living without electricity
Africans using fuel-wood and charcoal for cooking
AFRICLEG seeks to provide expert analysis on Clean, Renewable and Sustainable Energy issues and the impacts of Climate Change in the African continent. We support the United Nations fulfill the Sustainable Development Goals. Our primary cause is “Sustainable Energy for Africans” to compliment the UN SE4ALL objectives