PAWA 774 is a private sector-led initiative to deploy 10MW of clean, renewable energy power plants to each of the 774 local government areas in Nigeria.
That’s 7,740MW of clean, eco-friendly electricity, built in clusters of 100KW units, and connected to a local, smart micro-grid mesh providing adequate power to the nation, one community at a time.
PAWA 774 is a unique power generation and distribution model and the first of its kind in Nigeria. On-again, off-again electricity supply, devastating pollution and inflated power bills will be a thing of the past under our pioneering localized system.
Rather than generate a glut of electrical power, which may or may not reach the communities that need it most, the PAWA 774 initiative aims to serve the right amount of power to each community which can then be deployed as needed, taking individual needs into account.
What’s more, PAWA 774 generates eco-friendly power, from abundant, renewable sources of energy such as solar, hydro, wind and waste. By reducing our reliance on oil and coal to generate power, we are able to tap into energy sources that are cheaper to harness and produce, and it’s good for the environment, too.
Under our power provision scheme, PAWA 774 aims to provide nearly one million jobs, and create buy-in support from corporations, small businesses and local communities in the power plants that will support industry and residential life in their LGAs.
It’s a win-win solution and we are proud to say we did it in Nigeria first.