The power sector is constantly changing and evolving, and organisations must understand complex regulatory and contractual regimes. Capacity building and training are essential in preparing staff to effectively meet current and future challenges in the industry.
We regularly organise and participate in training courses and workshops to engage key stakeholders and build consensus. We have designed and presented training to a wide variety of actors in the sector including regulators, policy-makers and staff at all levels within utility companies – from the Board level to customer service representatives.
The success of our training is assessed by the feedback we receive, and we continuously improve the training that we offer.
Capacity Building Services
We design and implement tailored training programs that comprises a wide spectrum of technical, managerial, and operational skills relevant to the energy sector. These programs, delivered through interactive workshops, seminars, and hands-on training sessions, aim to equip stakeholders with the necessary competencies to effectively manage energy resources, promote energy efficiency, and leverage innovative technologies to drive sustainable development.
We can offer utilities and other organisations customised masterclasses and captivating power sector courses. Our thoughtfully created educational programs are made to give working professionals the most recent information on industry trends, cutting-edge best practices, and creative solutions, enabling them to maintain their competitive edge in the quickly changing energy market..
EMRC conducts in-depth policy analyses, stakeholder consultations, and policy formulation exercises, advocating for the adoption of progressive policies that foster an enabling environment for capacity building, encourage innovation, and drive sustainable energy transitions, thus contributing to the advancement of a resilient, inclusive, and sustainable energy landscape..
We examine market trends, regulatory frameworks, technological advancements, and emerging challenges to provide stakeholders with actionable insights and strategic recommendations readily accessible on our website. Our in-depth analysis encompasses ongoing market trends, dynamic regulatory landscapes, and cutting-edge technological advancements.
Evaluated the financial savings that could be made from transitioning base stations from diesel powered generators to on-grid and solar energy supply.
Advisory for the development of two hybrid solar and conventional generation projects with an aggregate capacity of 235MW ($138.5million).
Shell Foundation + Konexa
Advisory on the development and integration of decentralized energy technologies within an islanded distribution network in northern Nigeria.
Advisors on $214million “Project Green” which aims to reduce diesel use and carbon emissions (50% by 2030) with renewables’ integration across Nigeria's cell sites portfolio.