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Posted By Admin on 17th Jul 2018   

The Life After Coal campaign calls for the impact on water resources to be accounted for in the Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) – South Africa’s plan for the future electricity system. Mining coal and burning it in power stations use…

Posted By Admin on 16th Jul 2018   

Mr. Damola Oyesiku watched keenly as the young technician battled frantically to fix his generator last Saturday morning at a corner of the compound he lives with his wife and three children in the Oshodi area of Lagos. A 48-year-old…

Posted By Admin on 16th Jul 2018   

Electricity consumers in the country may be heading for a showdown with the power distribution companies following plans to massively disconnect customers on estimated billing, OKECHUKWU NNODIM writes As the House of Representatives perfects the bill to criminalise estimated billing…

Posted By Admin on 16th Jul 2018   

The federal government has read the riot act to electricity distribution companies (DisCos), which are the operators of its power network, to shape up or ship out. Essentially, the government has impressed it upon the DisCos to improve their operations…

Posted By Admin on 12th Jul 2018   

There is no better symbolic demonstration of the emerging revolution in the Nigerian solar energy industry than what transpired in Kaduna State two months ago when a privately owned indigenous solar power assembly plant and renewable energy academy was launched…

Posted By Admin on 12th Jul 2018   

Shenzhen KangMingSheng Technology Industry, a Chinese firm, is planning to site a manufacturing plant for solar-powered equipment in Nigeria. Its subsidiary, Kamisafe Nigeria, announced in Abuja that the manufacturing plant would be used for the production of renewable energy gadgets…

Posted By Admin on 12th Jul 2018   

The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) still insists that the board and management of the Ibadan Electricity Distribution Company (IBEDC) remain suspended for giving an unauthorised loan of N6 billion to its core investor, Daily Trust exclusively reports. Industry sources…