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Posted By Admin on 22nd Jul 2019   

The German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF), in collaboration with the Enel Foundation, have released a Policy Paper on 'E-Vehicles and the Energy Transformation' examining the impacts of e-mobility in Europe and the US. The Policy paper synthesises…

Posted By Admin on 19th Jul 2019   

As  part of the federal government’s  steps to make electricity supply available nationwide, the National Agency for Science and Engineering Infrastructure (NASENI) is sending  60 engineers  to China t for training on how to fast track mass production of transformers for consumers. The shortlisted…

Posted By Admin on 19th Jul 2019   

Power for All has released the results of a study which looks at employment creation within the decentralised renewable energy industry as Asia and Africa strive to improve rural electrification. The study was conducted in partnership with Schneider Electric Foundation…

Posted By Admin on 19th Jul 2019   

According to the ministry’s spokesperson Mostafa Rajabi, heavy rainfalls in the country has increased the electricity output of the country’s hydropower plants by nearly 4500 MW. “Currently, the country’s electricity grid is completely stable, electricity exports are being ongoing normally…

Posted By Admin on 17th Jul 2019   

Adamawa, Yobe, Borno and Taraba states have been thrown into darkness as workers of Yola Electricity Distribution Company protest over poor condition of service. The strike action embarked upon by Senior Staff Association of Electricity and Allied Companies with support…

Posted By Admin on 17th Jul 2019   

The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) on Monday, proposed three ways to improve power supply and reduce power outages in the country. The Vice Chairman of the Commission, Engr. Sanusi Garba, stated this during a public consultation programme with Electricity…

Posted By Admin on 17th Jul 2019   

Power Distribution Services (PDS) Ghana Limited has paid an amount of $200 million to defray part of the $700 million debt to the main energy distributor, potentially averting an electricity crisis. This comes barely a week after a story broke…