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Barriers and motivations for solar photovoltaic (PV) adoption in urban Nigeria
For decades, Nigerian households have endured unreliable national electricity supply which have stifled economic growth and socio-economic development. As nations shift to green electricity adoption and a commitment to lowering their carbon footprint, opportunities arise for developing countries like Nigeria to improve supply using solar PV for power generation. At over 50% private power systems ownership, the majority of urban Nigerian households rely on self-generation using expensive petroldoi:10.5278/ijsepm.2019.21.3 fatcat:c4yqxvfesngnjegk6tba5fua4q