The objectives of REAN as stated in the constitution are:
To promote Nigerian Local content in the renewable energy industry.
To promote the interests of members of the Renewable energy industry among Government,
organizations, Non-governmental organizations, General Public and any other
that may impact on the development and general well-being of the industry.
To create a forum for the dissemination and exchange of information and ideas on matters
relating to renewable energy development and utilization in Nigeria.
To create increased public awareness in renewable energy through publications,
advertisements, endorsements, seminars, conferences, advertising and promotional
of any nature.
To assist the Government and industry on all issues related to renewable energy
including energy policy formulation, standards, taxation etc and speak as one body for
Renewable Energy Technologies in Nigeria.
To identify and keep up to date contacts of all members, government policy makers, and
renewable energy interest groups, associations and a database of projects.
To promote professionalism in the industry by encouraging the adoption of good
practices, standards and certification systems(quality products, design, installation
maintenance) among the members of the renewable energy industry.
To encourage better business practices and tendering procedures by maintaining good
and moral standards among the members of the renewable energy industry.
To undertake or assist in mediation of disputes between the members of the association,
public in general and consumers of renewable energy as well as any organizations
indirectly affected by renewable energy utilization.
To act as a link between the industry, the government, consumer groups, international
organizations, and other renewable energy associations.
To protect the consumers of renewable energy products and services in all aspects
by encouraging the standardization of renewable energy equipment, components and
such as installation and maintenance.
To apply for, acquire and hold charters, legislation, privileges, monopolies, licenses,
concessions, patents or other rights or powers from the Nigerian Government or local
authorities or any other statutory body and to exercise, carry on and use, any powers,
rights or privileges so obtained.