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Posted By Admin on 7th Jun 2018   

The world’s first grid-scale liquid air energy storage plant officially launched today. The 5MW/15MWh plant near Manchester in England will become the first operational demonstration of liquid air energy storage (LAES) technology at grid-scale. Professor John Loughhead, Chief Scientific Adviser at the UK government’s…

Posted By Admin on 5th Jun 2018   

Gov. Simon Lalong of Plateau on Thursday inaugurated two mini-grid 50 kilowatts power projects in Demshin and Angwan Rina communities in Shendam, his home Local Government. The two rural communities now have access to electricity supply for the first time…

Posted By Admin on 5th Jun 2018   

Electricity distribution companies (DisCos) require about $80 billion to connect their customers nationwide, including those powered by off-grid supply,  the Managing Director, Rubitec Africa (Rubitec Solar), Bolade A. Soremekun, has said. Soremekun told The Nations at the launch of Exeron Technology…

Posted By Admin on 1st Jun 2018   

The Nigerian Electricity Management Service Agency (NEMSA) on Wednesday warned promoters of fake and sub-standard electrical equipment in the country to desist from the act or risk losing their investments. Mr. Peter Ewesor, the Managing Director of the agency, gave…

Posted By Admin on 30th May 2018   

President Muhammadu Buhari says his administration is committed to lawful interventions to ensure that operators in the business of electricity distribution live up to expectations of Nigerians. The President stated this in his broadcast to the nation to mark the…

Posted By Admin on 30th May 2018   

Nigeria’s leading renewable energy association, the Renewable Energy Association of Nigeria which comprises of leading operators in the country’s burgeoning renewable energy market says it is considering merging with other renewable energy associations in the country to form a cohesive…

Posted By Admin on 30th May 2018   

An energy expert, Mr. Gbenga Olawepo-Hashim has called on the federal government to target electricity generating capacity of 160,000 megawatts in the next 10 years so that Nigeria can be at per with South Africa’s per capital generation. Olawepo-Hashim, who…