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The Resource Energy Policies for Sustainable Development Strategies : The Case of Nigeria

Energy Policies for Sustainable Development Strategies : The Case of Nigeria

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Energy Policies for Sustainable Development Strategies : The Case of Nigeria
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Energy Policies for Sustainable Development Strategies
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The Case of Nigeria
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Energy Policies for Sustainable Development Strategies : The Case of Nigeria
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Energy Policies for Sustainable Development Strategies : The Case of Nigeria
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  • Contents -- Abstract -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- 1 Overview -- Abstract -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 Background of the Problem -- 1.3 Statement of the Problem -- 1.4 Research Questions -- 1.5 Research Objectives -- 1.6 Methodology -- 1.7 Scope of Research -- 1.8 Significance of the Research -- 1.9 Structure of the Study -- References -- 2 The Energy Sector in Nigeria -- Abstract -- 2.1 A Brief History on the Nigerian Power Sector -- 2.2 The Nigerian Energy Resources -- 2.2.1 Conventional Energy Resources -- 2.2.1.1 Crude Oil -- 2.2.1.2 Natural Gas -- 2.2.1.3 Coal -- 2.2.2 Non-conventional Energy Resources (Renewable Energy) -- 2.2.2.1 Biomass Energy -- Biogas -- 2.2.2.2 Hydro Energy -- 2.2.2.3 Solar Energy -- 2.2.2.4 Wind Energy -- 2.3 Primary Energy Supply in Nigeria -- 2.4 Primary Energy Consumption -- 2.5 Relevant Government Ministries, Parastatals and Agencies in the Nigerian Energy Sector and Their Roles -- 2.5.1 The Energy Commission of Nigeria (ECN) -- 2.5.2 Federal Ministry of Environment (FME) -- 2.5.3 Federal Ministry of Lands, Housing, and Urban Development (FMLHUD) -- 2.5.4 Federal Ministry of Power (FMP) -- 2.5.5 Federal Ministry of Water Resources (FMWR) -- 2.5.6 National Power Training Institute of Nigeria (NAPTIN) -- 2.5.7 Nigerian Bulk Electricity Trading Plc. (NBET) -- 2.5.8 Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) -- 2.5.9 Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) -- 2.5.10 Presidential Taskforce on Power (PTFP) -- 2.5.11 Rural Electrification Agency of Nigeria (REA) -- 2.5.12 Standards Organization of Nigeria (SON) -- 2.5.13 Council for Renewable Energy in Nigeria (CREN) -- 2.5.14 Green Building Council of Nigeria (GBCN) -- 2.6 Nigerian Energy Policies and Strategies -- 2.6.1 National Electric Power Policy (NEPP), 2001 -- 2.6.2 National Energy Policy (NEP) (2003), (2006), (2013)
  • 2.6.3 National Economic Empowerment and Development Strategy (NEEDS) (2004) -- 2.6.4 National Power Sector Reform Act (EPSRA), 2005 -- 2.6.5 Renewable Electricity Policy Guidelines (REPG) 2006 -- 2.6.6 Renewable Electricity Action Programme (REAP) (2006) -- 2.6.7 Nigerian Biofuel Policy and Incentives (NBPI) (2007) -- 2.6.8 Nigerian Gas Master Plan (NGMP) 2008 -- 2.6.9 Roadmap for Power Sector Reform (A Customer-Driven Sector-Wide Plan to Achieve Stable Power Supply 2010) and (Revision 1, 2013) -- 2.6.10 Renewable Energy Master Plan (REMP) (2005), (2012) -- 2.6.11 National Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Policy (NREEEP) (2014) -- 2.6.12 Multi-year Tariff Order (MYTO), 2008 and 2012 -- 2.6.13 Draft Rural Electrification Strategy and Implementation Plan (RESIP) (2014) -- References -- 3 Literature Review -- Abstract -- 3.1 Review of Energy Forecasting Models -- 3.1.1 Approach to Energy Modeling -- 3.1.2 Classification of Existing Bottom-Up and Top-Down Energy Models -- 3.2 Literature Review and Synthesis -- 3.2.1 Literature Review -- 3.2.2 Synthesis of the Literature -- References -- 4 Methodology, Data, and{u202F}Scenario Development -- Abstract -- 4.1 The Model -- 4.1.1 Reason for{u202F}the Selection of{u202F}the LEAP Model -- 4.1.2 The Algorithm of{u202F}the LEAP Model -- 4.1.2.1 Energy Consumption -- 4.1.2.2 Transformation -- 4.1.2.3 Carbon Emission -- 4.1.2.4 Costs -- 4.1.2.5 Cost-Benefit Analysis -- 4.1.2.6 Least-Cost Electricity Generation -- Least-Cost Electricity Generation Equations -- Least-Cost Electricity Generation Model Sets, Variables, and{u202F}Parameters -- 4.2 The LEAP Data Requirement -- 4.2.1 Demographic Data -- 4.2.2 Economic Data -- 4.2.3 General Energy Data -- 4.2.4 Demand Data -- 4.2.5 Transformation Data -- 4.2.6 Environmental Data -- 4.2.7 Fuel Data -- 4.2.8 Data Collection Process -- 4.3 Scenario Development -- 4.3.1 The Base Year
  • 4.3.2 The Reference Scenario (Ref) -- 4.3.3 The Low Carbon Moderate Scenario (LCM) -- 4.3.4 The Low Carbon Advance Scenario (LCA) -- 4.3.5 The Green Optimistic Scenario (GO) -- References -- 5 Results and Discussions -- Abstract -- 5.1 Results -- 5.1.1 The Reference Scenario (Ref) -- 5.1.1.1 Future Energy Demand and Supply (Ref) -- Future Energy Demand by Sector (Ref) -- Final Energy Supply (Ref) -- 5.1.1.2 Future Electricity Supply (Ref) -- 5.1.1.3 GHG Emission (Ref) -- 5.1.1.4 Energy Balance (Ref) -- 5.1.2 The Low Carbon Moderate Scenario (LCM) -- 5.1.2.1 Future Energy Demand and Supply (LCM) -- Future Energy Demand by Sector (LCM) -- Future Energy Supply (LCM) -- 5.1.2.2 Future Electricity Supply (LCM) -- 5.1.2.3 GHG Emission (LCM) -- 5.1.2.4 Energy Balance (LCM) -- 5.1.3 The Low Carbon Advance Scenario (LCA) -- 5.1.3.1 Future Energy Demand and Supply (LCA) -- Future Energy Demand by Sector (LCA) -- Future Energy Supply (LCA) -- 5.1.3.2 Future Electricity Supply (LCA) -- 5.1.3.3 GHG Emission (LCA) -- 5.1.3.4 Energy Balance -- 5.1.4 The Green Optimistic Scenario (GO) -- 5.1.4.1 Future Energy Demand and Supply (GO) -- Future Energy Demand by Sector (GO) -- Future Energy Supply (GO) -- 5.1.4.2 Future Electricity Supply (GO) -- 5.1.4.3 GHG Emission (GO) -- 5.1.4.4 Energy Balance (GO) -- 5.2 Discussions -- 5.2.1 Meeting Energy Demand with Supply -- 5.2.2 Matching Electricity Supply with Demand -- 5.2.3 Primary Resource Requirements -- 5.2.4 GHGs Reduction Potential -- 5.2.5 Cost-Benefit Analysis -- 5.2.6 -- 5.2.6.1 Fossil Fuel Power Plants -- 5.2.6.2 Low-Carbon Power Plants -- 5.2.6.3 Renewable Energy Power Plants -- 5.2.6.4 Power Plant Specific GHG Emissions -- 5.3 Sustainable Strategies -- 5.3.1 Thinking and Adopting the Green Growth Ideology -- 5.3.2 Energy Policy Reforms -- 5.3.3 Long-Term Energy Planning and Target
  • 5.3.4 Energy Regulations and Standards -- 5.3.5 Environmental Tax Reforms -- 5.3.6 Urban Planning -- 5.3.7 Efficient Building Design -- 5.3.8 Efficiency of the Energy System -- 5.3.9 Efficiency of Passenger Transport System -- 5.4 Summary and Policy Implication -- 5.4.1 Summary and Assessment -- 5.4.2 Policy Implication -- References -- 6 Conclusion and Policy Recommendations -- Abstract -- 6.1 Conclusion -- 6.2 Policy Recommendations -- 6.3 Limitations and Suggestions for Further Study -- Appendix AProjections -- Appendix BDatasets Used in{u202F}the Development of{u202F}Nigeria LEAP Model -- Appendix CSectorial Energy Demand by{u202F}Scenarios -- Appendix DPrimary and{u202F}Secondary Energy Supply by{u202F}Scenarios -- Appendix ETotal Electricity Supply by{u202F}Scenarios -- Appendix FTotal Electricity Demand, Supply and{u202F}Primary Resources Requirements by{u202F}Scenarios -- Appendix GGreen House Gas (GHG) Emissions by{u202F}Scenarios -- Appendix HEnergy Balance by{u202F}Scenarios -- Appendix IResults for{u202F}Least-Cost Electricity Generation -- Index
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