First Energy Academy in Nigeria
The lack of Energy has become one of Nigeria’s greatest threats. 60% of Nigeria don’t have access to modern forms of energy and 94% depend on fossil fuel, generator, kerosene and wood fuel. This hinders the growth rate in Nigeria.
Out of necessity Asteven Group launched the first energy Academy in Ogun State, Nigeria. The academy is structured to support the developing markets for Renewable Energy and energy efficient industry. The academy will train its students by train the trainer workshops, webinars, distance learning courses, and mobile laboratory training modules. They will become green vendor, service providers, installers, technicians, dealers in renewable energy and engineers. Students of the academy will receive global certifications.
Asteven Group’s CEO Dr. Sunny Akpoyibo says” the academy will help improve the countries renewable energy workforce in an effort to boosts capacity generated locally and reduce reliance on energy imports.”
The Asteven group is setting the pace in the renewable market revolution as they reviously installed 20 megawatts of renewable energy in Nigeria, which reduces Carbon emission.
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