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Posted By Admin on 3rd Jul 2017   

The African Development Bank through the Climate Investment Funds (CIF) has endorsed a $23.25 million grant to help transform Liberia’s renewable energy sector. The funds will be used to develop a 9.8MW hydropower plant at Gbedin Falls on the Mano…

Posted By Admin on 30th Jun 2017   

Nigeria’s power supply, yesterday, dropped by 14 per cent as the nation’s national grid experienced another systems collapse. The supply dropped from 3,333MW recorded the previous day to 2,881MW, showing a decrease of 452 MW In its report made available…

Posted By Admin on 30th Jun 2017   

Residents of Ijebu Ode in Ogun on Thursday protested over non-provision of prepaid meters by the Ibadan Electricity Distribution Company (IBEDC). The residents, under the aegis of Balanced Measure Impact Initiative (BMII) and Electricity Consumers Protection Forum (ECPF), comprised youths…

Posted By Admin on 30th Jun 2017   

Amid shortfalls in power supply, the power sector last week experienced cumulative revenue losses amounting to N7.603 billion. The revenue losses witnessed within six days between June 18 and 23rd, were attributed to constraints in gas supply as well as…

Posted By Admin on 30th Jun 2017   

Chancellor Angela Merkel’s coalition is widening access to the solar power market for people who rent their homes in a move to boost green power’s expansion in an election year. Lawmakers are set to pass legislation dubbed “Tenant Power” on…

Posted By Admin on 30th Jun 2017   

A plan by the Weatherill government to ship in a fleet of temporary diesel generators to prevent pre-election blackouts in South Australia will cost taxpayers up to $100 million a year. The news comes after The Australian revealed that, from tomorrow, South…

Posted By Admin on 30th Jun 2017   

Anti-nuclear shareholders in major Japanese utilities called for an end to nuclear power generation at general shareholders’ meetings on Wednesday, citing safety concerns and a lack of support in local communities. Among the proposals at the meetings of eight power…