REAN Interim Executive Committee
Segun Adaju is the President/CEO, Consistent Energy Limited a social enterprise
creating energy access for off-grid communities and small businesses through deployment of stand-alone, rooftop solar PV for productive use.
He is also the lead consultant of Blue Ocean Nigeria, a renewable energy consulting
Habiba Ali is the managing director and CEO of Sosai Renewable Energies Company, one of the largest distributors of renewable energy appliances in Nigeria. Ali also co-founded the Developmental Association for Renewable Energies (DARE),
a member of the Partnership for Clean Indoor Air and she holds an MBA and a BSc. in accounting
Hannah Kabir is the Managing Director of Creeds Energy and she started her career in the Public sector but here career experience
spans customer support, marketing, corporate strategy, research and relationship management.
She has a BSc in Business Economics and a MSc in Renewable Energy & Enterprise Management.
Godwin Aigbokhan is a Clean Energy professional whose career has seen him perfom in various functions in the Natural Gas, Power and
Renewable Energy sectors. He is currently providing advice to Nigerian companies for project bankability.
REAN Advisory Board Members
Ify Malo leads the P4All Campaign in Nigeria and is the CEO of Clean Tech Hub and the Energy Innovation Center. Ify has also held various Senior Policy Advisory roles in the Ministries of Power and Finance as well as the NERC. Ify is a qualified
attorney with a focus on Global Policy, project design and management and is a Desmond Tutu Fellow and a Dwight Eisenhower Fellow
Dotun Tokun is a distinguished Electrical Engineer and the CEO of BOT Engineering (est. 1990) and Solar Mate (est. 1996) one of the pioneer companies in this industry. He is a member of the Nigerian Society of Engineers, the Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria, the American Solar Energy Society and the Alliance for Rural Electrification.
Olasimbo Sojirin is the Country Manager of Solar Sister International. She is a community organizer and an advocate for climate change progress and women’s rights. She joined the British Council in 2004 where she
worked on partnership projects and moved to a UNDP project to lead advocacy efforts for climate change legislation.
Femi Adeyemo co-founded Arnergy in 2014 to provide 24 hours solar power in off grid rural poor villages for as low as US25 cent a day per home leveraging credit analytics and prepaid metering technologies. Femi is particularly skilled at co-ordinating the deployment and
Operation of large scale infrastructure projects, ranging from Solar Energy to Telecommunication.