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Posted By Admin on 2nd Jan 2018   

Seoul – South Korea has finalised a power supply plan that aims to make renewables the country’s fuel of choice for power generation for the next 15 years, its energy ministry said. The plan is largely unchanged from a draft…

Posted By Admin on 31st Dec 2017   

At the helm of Namibia’s Electricity Control Board (ECB), sits a trained lawyer, an admitted Attorney with the Namibian High Court who served in the Ministry of Justice before joining Namibia’s power utility, NamPower, where she was the head of…

Posted By Admin on 30th Dec 2017   

The continued heavy reliance on fossil fuel-powered generators in Nigeria by government institutions, businesses, and households for electricity supply constitutes a major threat to the nation’s climate change plans, ‘Femi Asu writes. Diesel or petrol generators are often used in…

Posted By Admin on 30th Dec 2017   

With a realised figure estimated at 3,000 reliable, uninterrupted hours of sunlight each year, Africa is well positioned to be one of the most innovative markets for the adoption of widespread solar power for primary electric power generation. This realisation…

Posted By Admin on 30th Dec 2017   

The country’s total installed generation capacity is predicted to reach 1.77 TWh by the end of this year according to government sources, with renewables accounting for 38 percent. And its power output is expected to hit 3.6 billion tonnes of…

Posted By Admin on 28th Dec 2017   

Efforts of the Kenya Power task team are paying off after four arrests have been made in connection with infrastructure theft and vandalism. A police officer from the Kitengela Police station was arraigned in Mavoko Law Courts today for the…

Posted By Admin on 28th Dec 2017   

The management of Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) regrets the fire incident that affected a 60MVA Transformer at Dan Agundi Substation in Kano on Thursday, 21st December, 2017 at 1.30pm. This caused power supply constraints to some sections of Kano…