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Posted By Admin on 28th Dec 2017   

Natural gas has a significant role to play in South Africa’s energy mix. This is echoed by a number of national policy documents including the White Paper on the Energy Policy of South Africa (1998), the National Development Plan (NDP),…

Posted By Admin on 27th Dec 2017   

The Managing Director of Niger Delta Power Holding Company, Chiedo Ugbo, said the Federal Government and preferred bidders has opened negotiation for payment arrangement $1.9bn for three power plants. The power plants include; the 560 megawatts Calabar Generation Company, 513MW…

Posted By Admin on 27th Dec 2017   

The Oba of Lagos, Oba Rilwan Akiolu, has advised Nigerians to embrace the new cost reflective tariff for effective and regular electricity supply. Akiolu gave the advice on Thursday night at an appreciation party and book presentation held in honour…

Posted By Admin on 27th Dec 2017   

An energy audit report of the Rural Electrification Agency (REA) has disclosed that as many as 224,800 people living within or around nine federal universities and a teaching hospital selected for the first phase of the Energizing Education Programme (EEP),…

Posted By Admin on 26th Dec 2017   

A must-have risk solution for large power plant construction projects In 2013, the United Nations Development Programme published a report on “De-risking Renewable Energy Investment”. A basis of this report was the categorisation of risks that can affect energy projects…

Posted By Admin on 26th Dec 2017   

Among the most transformative events of the current decade has been dramatic, and sustained, improvement in the competitiveness of renewable power generation technologies. Support policies for solar and wind power technologies are driving a virtuous circle of technology improvements, falling…

Posted By Admin on 26th Dec 2017   

A new report published by the International Energy Agency (IEA) has identified that the use of coal is declining in major economies and that global consumption will remain sluggish. Titled, ‘Coal 2017’, the findings state that global consumption fell 1.9%…