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Posted By Admin on 10th Jul 2019   

Turkey and China are increasing their energy cooperation through a range of projects, Turkey’s Energy and Natural Resources Minister Fatih Dönmez told Anadolu Agency (AA) yesterday. Dönmez explained that in recent years Turkey and China made important energy investments, with…

Posted By Admin on 10th Jul 2019   

The Competition Transition Charge (CTC) is a new rule to make prospective Eligible Customers (EC) and other consumer class, compensate the 11 electricity Distribution Companies (DisCos) for leaving their networks to buy power directly from Generation Companies (GenCos). Daily Trust…

Posted By Admin on 8th Jul 2019   

The Bureau of Public Enterprises and a former chairman of the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission, Sam Amadi, have clashed over the perceived poor performance of the power sector despite its privatisation and numerous reforms. In 2013, the former Power Holding…

Posted By Admin on 8th Jul 2019   

As Nigerians continue to witness relapse in electricity supply, running to as low as 3,000 megawatts against the required 40,000 megawatts, the Federal High Court, Lagos has ordered the release of details of payments to runaway electricity contractors. The landmark…

Posted By Admin on 8th Jul 2019   

The European Union has revealed plans to invest in entrepreneurial ideas that will boost renewable energy in Nigeria. The Head of the EU Delegation to Nigeria and the Economic Community of West African States, Ketil Karlsen, who made this known…

Posted By Admin on 4th Jul 2019   

Renewable energy is one of the most attractive investment options for American companies today. Just ask Starbucks, which recently contracted for enough wind and solar power to supply 3,000 of its coffee shops with clean electricity. American businesses and global investors are increasingly…

Posted By Admin on 4th Jul 2019   

The system collapse that has affected electricity distribution through the national grid in recent times is as a result of the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN)’s “poor transmission network protection”, the Association of Nigerian Electricity Distributors (ANED), has said. Since the beginning…