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Posted By Admin on 20th Dec 2019   

New Zealand Minister for Energy and Resources and Minister for Climate Change urged kiwis to have their say on two important environmental-related policy decisions to switch New Zealand to full renewable energy and solve the challenge of climate change, Trend reports citing…

Posted By Admin on 20th Dec 2019   

ndigenes of Oku-Iboku Community in Itu Council Area of Akwa State have expressed doubts over the purported benefits of citing a nuclear energy plant in the area. This comes as the Nigeria Atomic Energy Commission (NAEC) commenced awareness and enlightenment…

Posted By Admin on 17th Dec 2019   

While electricity has been restored to most areas affected by last week’s extreme weather, many areas of North Iceland continued to run on reserve power supplies as of this morning, RÚV reports. A few small areas still remain without power. Necessary repairs to…

Posted By Admin on 16th Dec 2019   

Six of the eight Distribution Companies (DisCos) whose licences were marked for cancellation by the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) have escaped sanction after meeting its Minimum Remittance Order (MRO) for three months. However, Enugu and Port Harcourt DisCos are…

Posted By Admin on 16th Dec 2019   

Contractors constructing the gigantic electricity station at the regional Mount Coffee Hydropower Plant in Harrisburg, Liberia have been warned against failing to meet the completion date of March 2020, at which time Transco CLSG power transmission will be commissioned. Mount…

Posted By Admin on 13th Dec 2019   

With upfront costs that can hit around R200,00 for a 4-bedroom (stand-alone) residence, the initial investment to start generating solar power at home can be too high for many South African households. For those that don’t have the cash available, there…

Posted By Admin on 13th Dec 2019   

The Association of Nigerian Electricity Distributors (ANED) otherwise known as DisCos, yesterday, said electricity users in the country consumed 21,650GWH of energy translating to N693 billion from 2018 through 2019. Though N466bn of the bill was collected, a report released…