The National Centre for Energy and Environment (NCEE) charged with the responsibility of organizing and conducting Research and Development Programmes in Bioenergy and Environment invites qualified, interested and credible Contractors, Consultants, Suppliers and Vendors to tender for Goods, Works and Services appropriated in 2016 Fiscal Year.
The Director General/Chief Executive Officer of the Energy Commission of Nigeria (ECN) Prof. Eli Jidere Bala , paid his first official visit to the National Centre for Energy and Environment (NCEE), University of Benin, on 29th January, 2014.
A Symposium on Energy, Climate Change and Environment was organized by the University of Benin and University of Reading, UK a leading institution in research and other stakeholders in collaboration with the National Centre for Energy and Environment of the Energy Commission of Nigeria.
Inadequate or inequitable access to energy affects the livelihoods of millions of small scale farmers, landless and indigenous people.Biofuel development highlights potentials for improved farm productivity and non-rural livelihood opportunities without compromising food security. Investing in Renewable Energy can create employment opportunities for Nigerians and help in the diversification of the economy.