Mele Kyari, the Group Chief Executive Officer of the Nigerian National Petroleum Company Ltd (NNPCL), emphasized the need for a unique approach to Africa’s energy transition at the ongoing United Nations Conference on Climate Change, also known as COP28, in Dubai, UAE.JAMB Portal
Speaking at a Regional CEO Panel organized by McKinsey & Company, Kyari highlighted the necessity of a “just, differentiated transition” for Africa to effectively utilize its resources for future generations.informationguidenigeria
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Kyari, along with other global energy leaders from the United States, Holland, and Oman, shared insights on the evolving energy market.
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He stressed the importance of acknowledging Africa’s specific challenges and opportunities in the context of climate change and energy.JAMB Result
The concept of a differentiated transition recognizes that African countries have varying starting points in terms of energy infrastructure, economic development, and access to resources.
This perspective advocates for tailored strategies that consider these differences while pursuing sustainable and decarbonized energy solutions.NYSC Portal
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