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Posted By Admin on 7th Oct 2019   

Mrs Esther Adebamowo, the Iyaloja of Olugbede Market, Egbeda, in Alimoso Local Government Area of Lagos State, said the market had been without electricity since December last year. In an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Thursday…

Posted By Admin on 4th Oct 2019   

MAN Energy Solutions has been awarded a contract to supply three gas turbine generator packages to BelemaOil Producing Limited (BPL) in Nigeria, West Africa. Three packages with the proven single-shaft MGT6000 gas turbine technology will deliver around 20 MW to…

Posted By Admin on 4th Oct 2019   

One of the biggest detractors of the federal Queensland Liberal National party’s push to investigate nuclear energy as a potential power source for Australia has come from within its own house. The state LNP opposition has publicly declared its opposition to making…

Posted By Admin on 3rd Oct 2019   

Malaysia’s solar photovoltaics (PV) industry is on the rise thanks to strengthening government support, growing investor confidence and reducing costs. Already ASEAN’s biggest solar PV employers, Malaysia’s solar sector is well poised for more growth given the favourable conditions that are…

Posted By Admin on 3rd Oct 2019   

The Federal Government is partnering the Government of Norway to work out measures that will help in the expansion of Nigeria’s power sector. With Norway’s 99 per cent total electricity supply coming from hydropower generation plants, both governments, during a…

Posted By Admin on 2nd Oct 2019   

Fujairah, UAE — State-owned energy firms Saudi Aramco and Abu Dhabi National Oil Co. are mulling investing in Nigeria’s energy sector, including the potential supply of gasoline to West Africa through Nigeria, the group managing director of the Nigerian National Petroleum…

Posted By Admin on 2nd Oct 2019   

The UK Export Finance (UKEF) has announced the release of $172.2m (£140m) to fund new development projects in Angola, including $101.6m (£82.6m) which will support Glasgow-based utility contracting service IQA install new electricity infrastructure in Northern Angola. The project is…