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Posted By Admin on 14th Aug 2017   

Kwara State government is to deploy solar energy systems to villages, small scale businesses and key government establishments to boost electricity supply and enhance economic activities in the state.   Governor Abdulfatah Ahmed, who disclosed this when he received the…

Posted By Admin on 14th Aug 2017   

Federal government’s decision to procure prepaid meters for electricity consumers in the country through a special intervention process will cost the country a whopping N224 billion. While the figure is based on current estimated cost of a 3 phase meter…

Posted By Admin on 11th Aug 2017   

A federal government Rural Electrification Strategy and Implementation Plan has disclosed that to meet its national target of providing electricity to all its citizens by 2040, Nigeria will need about N1.4 trillion, OGN reports. Contents of the strategy document stated that within…

Posted By Admin on 11th Aug 2017   

Dangote Group has signed a Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) with the Kano State Government for the proposed 100MW Dangote-Black Rhino Solar Power Plant. The formal agreement for the project, which is to be sited at Zakirai, in Gabasawa Local Government…

Posted By Admin on 11th Aug 2017   

About 12 power projects in the country, with cumulative construction value of N4.637 trillion and installed capacity of over 6,000 megawatts (MW) have either been abandoned by the operators or remained idle since completion. This is amid the country’s struggle…

Posted By Admin on 10th Aug 2017   

The Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Raji Fashola, has insisted that the challenges facing the power sector is not technical but man-made. Nigeria’s energy crises have persisted despite series of assurances by the Federal Government that the power…

Posted By Admin on 10th Aug 2017   

A team of Africa’s green energy experts would be hoping to within 18 months identify the key challenges that stand in the way of a practical green energy revolution in the economies of four African countries – Nigeria; Kenya; Rwanda;…