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Posted By Admin on 24th Jul 2019   

Pakistan is planning a wave of new wind and solar plants that will expand its clean energy capacity to about fifth of its total. The South Asian nation plans to increase its renewables by more than four times by adding…

Posted By Admin on 24th Jul 2019   

The battery is one of the most critical part of a solar or inverter system. Most of the batteries that are durable are not cheap. On the other hand, those batteries you can get for very cheap are not durable…

Posted By Admin on 23rd Jul 2019   

The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) says electricity customers will be allowed to get prepaid meters and pay later. Speaking at a press conference in Lagos, Nathan Shatti, NERC’s Commissioner for Finance and Management Services, said customers will start enjoying…

Posted By Admin on 23rd Jul 2019   

Renewable electricity in the UK has had a great year, but with our homes and transport still almost totally reliant on carbon the hardest part of the zero-carbon future is still ahead. It’s been a bad year for fossil fuels…

Posted By Admin on 23rd Jul 2019   

The Kano Electricity Distribution Company (KEDCO) has faulted the action of Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) over energy supply as illegal and unwarranted. TCN in its official twitter handle, on Sunday, announced the suspension of KEDCO for alleged default in…

Posted By Admin on 22nd Jul 2019   

On Friday, an official launch ceremony of the Lake Turkana Wind Farm in Kenya was held as its full capacity of 310MW was brought online. Speaking at the launch, President Uhuru Kenyatta highlighted that the project will generate around 310MW…

Posted By Admin on 22nd Jul 2019   

ENGIE and its partners Meridiam and FONSIS have signed the EPC, O&M and finance contracts for two solar PV projects totalling 60MW. The financing package for the two projects located in Kael and Kahone includes senior loans worth €38 million…