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Posted By Admin on 1st Aug 2018   

THE Electricity Distribution Companies (DisCos) yesterday notified the Minister of Power, Work and Housing Babatunde Fashola that they are ready to quit the business once they get refund of their investment from the Federal Government. The companies lamented that they…

Posted By Admin on 1st Aug 2018   

The National Agency for Science and Engineering infrastructure (NASENI) said it was targeting to generate 7.5 MW solar power annually to serve as alternative energy in the country. Its Executive Vice Chairman, Prof. Mohammed Haruna said this while declaring open…

Posted By Admin on 30th Jul 2018   

Management of the Benin Electricity Distribution Company (BEDC) has replied to the vituperation it drawn from Governor Godwin Obaseki over poor power supply. Governor Obaseki had on Thursday said lambasted the BEDC for frustrating a power deal he entered with…

Posted By Admin on 30th Jul 2018   

The Executive Director, Research and Advocacy, Association of Nigerian Electricity Distributors, Mr. Sunday Oduntan, in this interview with Tunde Ajaja, speaks on the lingering disagreement with the regulators, the challenges of the distribution companies and the way out of the…

Posted By Admin on 30th Jul 2018   

In a new report, Eskom reveals that it is going to put on hold the development of its 100MW Kiwano CSP project in the Northern Cape in favour of a battery storage development project. Back in 2014, the South African power utility…

Posted By Admin on 26th Jul 2018   

Fresh crises is looming in Nigeria’s the power sector following the rising liquidity crises which is currently put at N1.3 trillion. Speaking on the state of the industry while addressing the media in Lagos, spokesman of the Association of Electricity…

Posted By Admin on 26th Jul 2018   

The Nigeria’s electricity industry since its privatisation in November 2013 has been bedevilled by a plethora of challenges, which have hampered regular power supply to homes and businesses. Expectations were that the power privatisation would address holistically the tepid electricity…