Nigeria signs International Energy Charter

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In a bid to boost energy security, the Federal Government has signed the International Energy Charter to provide more jobs and reduce poverty in Nigeria, Channels reports.

The government consequently launched a National Energy Summit, a framework to monitor collaboration with the Charter which is not a legally-binding obligation to strengthen international energy co-operation between countries.

With this, Nigeria has joined 10 other African countries and 80 signatories globally to underpin a sustainable path towards energy efficiency, technology transfer, as well as sustainable and clean energy.

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