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Posted By Admin on 2nd Sep 2019   

The planet in recent years is reeling from the effects of our rapid industrialization. Climate change and global warming are occurring as a result of our insatiable hunger for energy. Technology in recent times have developed alternatives that not only…

Posted By Admin on 2nd Sep 2019   

Mozambique has launched the 40MW Mocuba power in the province of Zambézia, in eastern part of the country. President Filipe Jacinto Nyusi performed the inauguration ceremony. The solar plant project built by a consortium of Scatec Solar and partners, covers an area…

Posted By Admin on 30th Aug 2019   

Mitsubishi’s BBOXX investment is yet another signal of established energy players’ growing appetite to jump into the African market, once seen as too poor and risky to be viable. With the aid of a Japanese company Mitsubishi, a firm lightning up homes in Africa, BBOXX, has…

Posted By Admin on 30th Aug 2019   

The Nigerian Electricity Management Services Agency (NEMSA), has stated that there are well over 700,000 bad transformers that are littering the country. Mr Peter Ewesor, the Managing Director of NEMSA, who disclosed this during a facility tour to transformer repairs…

Posted By Admin on 30th Aug 2019   

Yokohama — President Muhammadu yesterday invited Japanese investors to a number of sectors in Nigeria, during a plenary session at the ongoing seventh edition of the Tokyo International Conference for African Development (TICAD 7). He also said he looks forward…

Posted By Admin on 29th Aug 2019   

The Scottish Government has awarded Orbital Marine Power (Orbital) £3.4 million to build the world’s most powerful floating tidal turbine. The Scottish engineering company is the first recipient of the Scottish Government’s £10 million Saltire Tidal Energy Challenge Fund. The…

Posted By Admin on 29th Aug 2019   

The National Agency for Science and Engineering Infrastructure (NASENI) says 60 of its engineers on Tuesday departed Nigeria for China for four months training on manufacturing of transformers in Nigeria. A statement issued by NASENI Deputy Director (Information), Mr Olusegun…