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Posted By Admin on 30th Jun 2017   

A plan by the Weatherill government to ship in a fleet of temporary diesel generators to prevent pre-election blackouts in South Australia will cost taxpayers up to $100 million a year. The news comes after The Australian revealed that, from tomorrow, South…

Posted By Admin on 30th Jun 2017   

Anti-nuclear shareholders in major Japanese utilities called for an end to nuclear power generation at general shareholders’ meetings on Wednesday, citing safety concerns and a lack of support in local communities. Among the proposals at the meetings of eight power…

Posted By Admin on 28th Jun 2017   

GTM Research’s latest report predicts a 50% to 60% overall reduction to solar installations if trade action is taken, with the utility-scale sector taking the most significant hit. After the indiscriminate bombing of the Vietnamese city of Ben Tre in 1968, one…

Posted By Admin on 23rd Jun 2017   

The Ibadan Electricity Distribution Company has said it cannot supply electricity to Magboro, Ibafo, Mowe and other communities in Ogun State until a 33KV line awarded by the Niger Delta Power Holding Company Limited is successfully energised.   The government-owned…

Posted By Admin on 23rd Jun 2017   

Communique Issued at the end of the 16th monthly meeting of the Honourable Minister of Power, Works and Housing with operators of the Power Sector, held this at Ugwuaji 330/132 kV Transmission Substation, Enugu State.   1. Introduction The Honourable…

Posted By Admin on 23rd Jun 2017   

The Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) Joint Venture is developing various gas projects to support domestic consumption, especially by industrial concerns and power generating firms, The Nation reports.   Shell, in a document said: “Since 2010, the SPDC JV have been producing at…

Posted By Admin on 22nd Jun 2017   

The Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN), has partnered Negris, an indigenous engineering company to further address power challenges in the nation’s manufacturing sector, and reduce the capital expenditure in powering their operations from 40 per cent. The Chairman, Economic Policy…