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Posted By Admin on 2nd May 2018   

The House of Representatives Committee on Power and Privatisation has commended Jos DisCo on its customer’s enumeration and metering programmes. The committee made the commendation during a two-day routine visit to the company. Speaking at the occasion, the committee chairman,…

Posted By Admin on 26th Apr 2018   

Following Nigeria’s agreement with Russia’s State Atomic Energy Corporation, ROSATOM to build nuclear power plants (NPP) in the country, after a framework agreement in 2012, the Regional Vice President, Central and Southern Africa of ROSATOM, Mr Viktor Polikarpov has allayed…

Posted By Admin on 26th Apr 2018   

The Federal Ministry of Power and the Rural Electrification Agency (REA), is partnering with a private company- METKA Power West Africa to provide hybrid energy solutions to four federal universities and university teaching hospitals across the country. In a press…

Posted By Admin on 26th Apr 2018   

The Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) said it has energised and commissioned three 132/33kV electricity transformers at its substations in Calabar, Uyo and in Lagos state, Daily Trust reports. The spokesperson, Ndidi Mbah in a statement on Tuesday said while Calabar and…

Posted By Admin on 25th Apr 2018   

Records from the Market Operator (MO), a section of the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN), have shown that the Electricity Distribution Companies (DisCos) owe N8.892 billion for electricity supply services after the supply for February 2018, Daily Trust reports. The payment update…

Posted By Admin on 25th Apr 2018   

Landlords and tenants of Alaba Oro, Mosafejo Amukoko, Abule Kere and Olaniyonu Communities in Lagos, yesterday instituted a N50m suit against the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) and Eko Electricity Distribution Company PLC overestimated electricity billing. Raji Yusuf Olatunji, Omololu…

Posted By Admin on 25th Apr 2018   

Many Africans living in rural areas still lack access to electricity. To help tackle this challenge, Solar Sister supports African women entrepreneurs in establishing renewable energy businesses that bring solar technology to “last-mile” communities. The small community of Odeh sits…