The Energy Commission of Nigeria came to being through the enabling Act No. 62 of 1979, as amended by Act No. 32 of 1988 and Act No. 19 of 1989 (see ECN Act.)
The Commission commenced operation in 1989 after the meeting of the Heads of ECOWAS on 29th May 1982 in Cotonou, where a decision was taken that each member state should establish by law,a body within the machinery of government, to be charged with the responsibility for coordinating
and supervising all energy functions and activities within each Member State and may be called ENERGY COMMISSION of each Member State (see for Official Journal of ECOWAS, Protocols, Decisions
& Directives, Vol. 4, June 1982, pg 50).
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The Nigeria 2050 Calculator: A tool to plot and
explore Nigeria Pathways for Climate Change mitigation
Nigeria Energy Calculator 2050 (NECAL2050) Stakeholders’ Engagement Meeting
Energy Commission of Nigeria and Federal Ministry of Environment with the support of UK Department for Business,
Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) organized an engagement meeting of stakeholders on Nigeria Energy Calculator 2050 (NECAL2050).
The meeting held on . . . Read More
From Left: Mr Emmanuel O. Taiwo, representative of the British High Commissioner to Nigeria; Dr. Ogbonnaya Onu,
Honourable Minister of Science and Technology; and Prof. Eli Jidere Bala, Director-General/CEO, Energy Commission of Nigeria at the Opening Ceremony.
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People are hereby encouraged to always confirm any such claims from authentic contacts of the ECN,
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List of Successful Companies Shortlisted for the Award of Contract of 2020 Capital Projects
The underlisted successful companies are required to come to the Procurement Office at the ground floor with the
original copy of their CAC Certificate for sighting to enable them collect the letter of contract award, from Monday 23rd November, 2020.
Successful contractors are also advised to submit their acceptance letters and complete their Agreement Forms immediately
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ECN by mandate is the main go to area for all energy data and statistics in Nigeria.