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Posted By Admin on 7th Aug 2019   

The Federal Government has announced the reduction in electricity tariff by half. This announcement was made by the Chairman of the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission, Sam Amadi, today in after a thorough review of the tariffs being paid by Nigerians.…

Posted By Admin on 7th Aug 2019   

When the 720 km power cable from Norway to the UK made landfall two years ago it was hailed as the longest in the world. Now a Singaporean renewable energy company has plans for an undersea power line five times longer. Sun…

Posted By Admin on 29th Jul 2019   

The Federal government of Nigeria has signed an implementation agreement for the Nigeria Electrification Roadmap (NER), a partnership between governments of Nigeria and Germany and Siemens AG, to upgrade Nigeria’s power transmission and distribution infrastructure. Improving power transmission The agreement which…

Posted By Admin on 29th Jul 2019   

WiSolar has again reiterated their goal of working to protect the environment and strengthen country communities through solar energy projects with the recent announcement that the company will be rolling out its prepaid decentralized solar electricity (Solar-as-a-Service) for variable load…

Posted By Admin on 29th Jul 2019   

Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Company (NERC) should sanction erring power distribution companies (DisCos) to keep them on their toes, a group, Change Partners International, has said. Its Founder, Mr Akachukwu Okafor, said the advice is relevant now that the Federal Government…

Posted By Admin on 25th Jul 2019   

The Rural Electrification Agency’s (REA) Energizing Economies Initiative (EEI) initiative has moved a notch higher as a private firm, Virtus, a decentralised energy developer is seeking a Sterling Bank facility for rapid deployment of off-grid electricity to economic clusters like…

Posted By Admin on 24th Jul 2019   

Electricity generation companies (Gencos) in Nigeria have detailed how Nigeria may not fully benefit from the continental trade agreement – the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) it recently ratified and signed due to poor electricity supply in the country.…