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Posted By Admin on 7th May 2019   

This lofty goal aims to reverse the trend of climate change and calls for innovation and massive investments in areas ranging from energy storage to electric vehicles and all-electric homes. Washington Governor Jay Inslee has called for “defeating climate change” by moving…

Posted By Admin on 7th May 2019   

he project invests in the development of the transmission and distribution sub-sectors, enabling the reduction of government’s spending on the sector as well as the sector’s capacity and efficiency. The World Bank has approved a $200m project to increase the…

Posted By Admin on 7th May 2019   

A regular shop-bought mushroom has been turned into an electricity generator in a process scientists hope will one day be used to power devices. The “bionic mushroom” was covered with bacteria capable of producing electricity and strands of graphene that…

Posted By Admin on 6th May 2019   

Manufacturers in Nigeria have expressed lack of confidence in the power sector. This was revealed by the Manufacturers CEOs Confidence Index for the first quarter of 2019. The Manufacturers CEOs Confidence Index is a quarterly survey conducted by the Manufacturers…

Posted By Admin on 6th May 2019   

Approximately 70 per cent of Nigerian households, including Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), have less than four hours of electricity per day, the Managing Director of Shell Nigeria Exploration and Production Company (SNEPCo), Mr. Bayo Ojulari, has said. Speaking during…

Posted By Admin on 6th May 2019   

The volume of U.S. electricity generated by renewable energy surpassed the level sourced from coal for the first time last month and the trend is expected to continue in May, according to Department of Energy data. A study by the…

Posted By Admin on 3rd May 2019   

The new Power Poll results released by NOIPolls for the first quarter of 2019 revealed that the power sector experienced a decline in power supply to Nigerian households to 37 percent in Q1, 2019 from 42-percents obtained in Q4, 2018.…