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Third NSF Workshop on US-Africa Research and Education Collaboration Abuja, Nigeria, December 13-15, 2004. Generation, Consumption Pattern and Modeling of Electric Power Grid in Nigeria . Musa Momoh Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto. Aims and Objectives.

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generation consumption pattern and modeling of electric power grid in nigeria

Third NSF Workshop on US-Africa Research and Education Collaboration

Abuja, Nigeria, December 13-15, 2004

Generation, Consumption Pattern and Modeling of Electric Power Grid in Nigeria

Musa Momoh

Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto

aims and objectives
Aims and Objectives
  • To give an overview of deteriorating power generation system
  • To give the implications of inaqeduate power supply for Nigeria by demonstrating the impact on industrial sector and in a general approach linking electricity consumption to the human development index status of the country
  • To give accurate predictions of future electric energy generation and consumption that may be made available to decision makers

Third US-Africa Research and Education Collaboration Workshop

Abuja, Nigeria, December 13-15, 2004

study approach
Study Approach
  • Use the simple least-squares estimation models in forecasting the growth of power generation and consumption in Nigeria
  • Study the impact of such a state on the nation

Third US-Africa Research and Education Collaboration Workshop

Abuja, Nigeria, December 13-15, 2004

results
Results
  • The energy generation and consumption are relatively inelastic
  • The predicted annual growth rate of power generation and consumption is 10:9
  • Industrial sector is the least consumer of electric power generated by NEPA
  • Human development index is too low, about 0.43

Third US-Africa Research and Education Collaboration Workshop

Abuja, Nigeria, December 13-15, 2004

conclusions
Conclusions
  • GPD is declining
  • The ratio of the average annual growth rate of power generation and consumption in Nigeria is 10:9, indicating that any major decline in power generation due to technical or natural causes will have significant effect

Third US-Africa Research and Education Collaboration Workshop

Abuja, Nigeria, December 13-15, 2004