“A Just Transition” highlights, in no uncertain terms, just how fatally the International Energy Agency’s, IEA, ambitious green energy policies are stifling and crippling the energy economies of Africa.
FOLLOWING up on his profoundly successful 2020 bestseller “Billions at Play,” NJ Ayuk’s latest book, “A Just Transition: Making Energy Poverty History with an Energy Mix,” has already been surging through the energy industry with critical acclaim. Within just a mere day after publishing on Amazon, “A Just
Transition” has already shattered sales records to become a number-one bestseller across multiple Amazon categories, to include Natural Gas Energy, Electric Engineering and Nuclear Engineering.
Cameroonian author and entrepreneur NJ Ayuk is renowned for his passion, insight, and advocacy surrounding African nations and their indispensable role in shaping the energy economy of tomorrow.
“A Just Transition” highlights, in no uncertain terms, just how fatally the International Energy Agency’s, IEA, ambitious green energy policies are stifling and crippling the energy economies of Africa. When the IEA levied a mandatory policy for countries around the world to embrace “green” energy sources, the burgeoning energy economies of Africa were unjustly handicapped as funding and business interest in their oil and gas energy projects virtually vaporized overnight.
With a tremendous natural abundance of oil and gas resources, Africa has extraordinary potential to be a leader in global energy. But such a transformation cannot be realized for African countries solely through green energy. “A Just Transition” is an incisive deep dive into the prospect of a prosperous future for African nations and the obstacles that lie in its way.
In “A Just Transition,” NJ Ayuk guides readers through the following issues with expertise and authority:
- The sobering truth about energy poverty
- Africa’s potential in the natural gas sector
- How foreign aid utterly handicaps African countries
- Strategic pathways for the adoption of new technologies
- How the energy industry can provide more women with opportunities
“A Just Transition” is available in paperback, ebook, and audiobook forms everywhere books are sold, published by Seattle-based publishing house, Made for Success.