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Posted By Admin on 2nd Apr 2019   

The Federal High Court in Lagos has given Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) approval in its suit seeking an order for leave to apply for an order of mandamus compelling the minister of power, works and housing, Babatunde Fashola…

Posted By Admin on 2nd Apr 2019   

French power grid operator RTE is poised to publish a report that is expected to lay out a possible roadmap for shutting down France’s four remaining coal power plants by 2022, Ecology Minister Francois de Rudy said on Monday. The…

Posted By Admin on 2nd Apr 2019   

Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro announced 30 days of electricity rationing Sunday, after his government said it was shortening the working day and keeping schools closed due to blackouts. Angry Venezuelans meanwhile took to the streets of Caracas to protest the…

Posted By Admin on 1st Apr 2019   

Kola Adesina is the Group Managing Director (GMD) of Sahara Power Group, owner of Egbin Power Plant. In this interview, he says until the nation launches cost-reflective pricing regime for electricity consumption, it will be almost impossible to meter the…

Posted By Admin on 1st Apr 2019   

Royal Dutch Shell could ramp up acquisitions of electricity producers to achieve its target of becoming the world’s biggest power company by the 2030s, according to analysis by Sanford C. Bernstein Ltd. To become the biggest low-carbon electricity provider, the…

Posted By Admin on 1st Apr 2019   

As households and businesses continue to lament the nation’s electricity woes, power generation companies in the country have said there is no incentive for them to increase output from their plants. The Gencos said their total generation capacity rose to…

Posted By Admin on 29th Mar 2019   

In South Africa, the flicker of a lightbulb or the sound of a buzzing appliance has become a cause for celebration, or at the very least, a sigh of relief. What it no longer invites is outrage. Africa’s most advanced…