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Posted By Admin on 1st Nov 2017   

Nigeria could become a steel-making power house if the country had access to reliable energy, according to a prominent Nigerian CEO. Uche Iwuamadi, Executive Director of Africa Industries Group, believes that Nigerian steel manufacturers struggle to produce at full capacity…

Posted By Admin on 1st Nov 2017   

The Abuja Electricity Distribution Company (AEDC), blamed the delay in installations of meters on what it termed the non-reflective electricity tariff cost as currently prescribed by the Multi-Year Tariff Order (MYTO). This was disclosed by the AEDC Managing Director, Mr.…

Posted By Admin on 1st Nov 2017   

A new report has confirmed that Solar is now the fastest growing energy source in the world, and is making a major impact in Africa. The International Energy Agency’s 2017  on renewables forecasts that off-grid solar capacity in Africa is set to…

Posted By Admin on 31st Oct 2017   

In Dubai, a unique solar initiative has been developed by Dubai Solar Schools to drive the comprehensive solar transition for Dubai’s top 100 schools and universities. Dubai Solar Schools offers schools and universities in Dubai access to fully funded solar…

Posted By Admin on 31st Oct 2017   

Following in the footsteps of other southern African countries, the Botswana Energy Regulatory Authority (BERA) has started to operate in bids to ensure that proper procedures are adhered to. The chief operating officer at BERA, Duncan Morotsi, vowed that the…

Posted By Admin on 31st Oct 2017   

In Nigeria, Sokoto State government declared that it has started the process of connecting a number of rural households to solar power in order to deepen energy usage and enhance rural electrification in the region. According to the Vaunguard, Alhaji…

Posted By Admin on 31st Oct 2017   

In Egypt, European solar power producer Scatec Solar and partners, announced the financial close for six solar photovoltaic (PV) power plants in the Benban solar park in Aswan in Upper Egypt. Totalling 400MW at an estimated cost of $450 million,…