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Posted By Admin on 8th Oct 2018   

The unrivaled, life-changing power of solar energy: battling climate change and accelerating socio-economic development KIGALI / ROTTERDAM, 31 AUGUST 2018 – In June 2018, Bouake, the second largest city of Cote d’Ivoire, suffered its first-ever shutdown of domestic water supply. The…

Posted By Admin on 8th Oct 2018   

Stakeholders in oil and gas sector observe that gas-to-power issues are cardinal to the diversification of power distribution networks in the country. According to them, there ought to be sufficient values for the electricity generating companies (Gencos), Distribution Company (DisCo) and gas…

Posted By Admin on 8th Oct 2018   

Heritage Bank Plc has aligned forces with ‘Liter of Light Nigeria’, a global open source movement, to provide sustainable solar electricity for Itomaro community in Lagos State. Passionate about making cheap and sustainable solar street lights accessible to the impoverished…

Posted By Admin on 2nd Oct 2018   

The management of Enugu Electricity Distribution Company, EEDC, will hence educate and enlighten students on electrical and electricity safety in secondary schools within the South-East. The Manager, Customer Service of EEDC, Mrs Ijeoma Ogudebe, disclosed in a statement Monday while…

Posted By Admin on 2nd Oct 2018   

Scott Morrison said it would be about as useful for the electricity system as the Big Banana at Coffs Harbour or the Big Prawn at Ballina in NSW. Key points South Australia’s Tesla battery was initially dismissed by critics Market…

Posted By Admin on 27th Sep 2018   

No fewer than 200 entrepreneurs  in rural communities in Bauchi  state are to benefit from  ExxonMobil Nigeria  renewable  energy programme in partnership with a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) Solar Sister. MD ExxonMobil Nigeria The Managing Director Mr Paul McGrath told newsmen,…

Posted By Admin on 27th Sep 2018   

The former minister of aviation, Babatunde Omotoba, has revealed that the current infrastructure in the power sector was incapable of transmitting more than 4000 megawatts adding that Nigeria cannot generate 7000 megawatts. He stated this in Abuja yesterday at the…