Otubu said the government wants to provide clean power to 705,000 households, 90,000 micro-to-medium sized businesses, 400 health centers, 100 Covid-19 treatment and isolation centers, 15 federal colleges, and two teaching hospitals. The off-grid program also aims to provide 24,500 appliances to meet mini-grid load demand. The initiative, Otubu said, would provide an NGN140 billion ($336 million) credit facility to fund 5 million new solar connections to help 25 million people.