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Posted By Admin on 29th Aug 2019   

The Scottish Government has awarded Orbital Marine Power (Orbital) £3.4 million to build the world’s most powerful floating tidal turbine. The Scottish engineering company is the first recipient of the Scottish Government’s £10 million Saltire Tidal Energy Challenge Fund. The…

Posted By Admin on 29th Aug 2019   

The National Agency for Science and Engineering Infrastructure (NASENI) says 60 of its engineers on Tuesday departed Nigeria for China for four months training on manufacturing of transformers in Nigeria. A statement issued by NASENI Deputy Director (Information), Mr Olusegun…

Posted By Admin on 28th Aug 2019   

The United States of America and Japan have signed a memorandum of cooperation (MOC) to expand US-Japan energy cooperation in sub-Saharan Africa and renew each country’s commitment to reducing energy poverty and increasing access to sustainable energy in Africa. A…

Posted By Admin on 28th Aug 2019   

Russia is attempting to gain influence in Africa and earn billions of pounds by selling developing nations nuclear technology that critics say is unsuitable and unlikely to benefit the continent’s poorest people. Representatives of Rosatom, the Russian state corporation responsible for both…

Posted By Admin on 28th Aug 2019   

Electricity supply to Nigeria’s national grid has remained abysmally low at an average of 3,876MW in 2019 due largely to poor distribution infrastructure, a report from the Advisory Power Team in the Office of the Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo,…

Posted By Admin on 27th Aug 2019   

The Abdali Medical Center in Jordan has installed a 8.2MWp solar photovoltaic (PV) system that will cover its own consumption. The project is one of the wheeling projects installed by Philadelphia Solar. In a company statement, the firm said that…

Posted By Admin on 27th Aug 2019   

German-based power solutions company Siemens has secured a contract to deliver two converter stations for the first high-voltage direct-current (HVDC) link between Great Britain and Denmark. Viking Link will enable the exchange of electricity up to 1,400MW to provide increased…