About Us

History of Clean Technology Hub

Clean Technology Hub is a pioneering hybrid hub for the research, development, demonstration, and incubation of clean technologies for increased energy access and improved climate resilience.

It is also an early start-up incubator for inventions and innovations in clean energy, and a driver of clean energy investment into Africa.

Our mission is to drive sustainable development across Africa through innovation in clean technologies and their application.

We are located in Abuja, Nigeria with virtual hubs spread across the country and in partnership with several other organizations and technology hubs.

Clean Tech Hub is Nigeria’s premier and pioneer Energy Innovation Center

Our mission

Our mission is to drive sustainable development across africa through innovation in clean technologies

Our Programs

  • Faith-based Initiatives: We work with faith-based Institutions and communities of practice increasing access to cleaner technologies.
  • Gender-based Programming:we make increasing access to energy for women a key component of our projects
  • Clean Energy-themed Education: we are invested in building the next generation of young people aware of the challenges facing our planet
  • Invention & Innovation: we identify, promote and support local innovation and inventions that address challenges in local communities

Our Projects

  • Political-Economic Analysis of Energy Systems: We conducted economic modelling that supports the transition from fossil fuels to more efficient and cleaner technologies
  • Market Finance Needs Study for Energy Enterprises: Clean Technology Hub conducted a study which accessed the past and future financial needs of renewable energy enterprises in Nigeria
  • Empowering Women for Renewable Energy: Clean Technology Hub conducted research that explored the nexus between energy and gender in Nigeria's energy industry
  • Empowering Women for Renewable Energy: Clean Technology Hub conducted research that explored the nexus between energy and gender in Nigeria's energy industry