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Posted By Admin on 1st Mar 2019   

The Wall Street Journal ran a story Jan. 27, that speculated Amazon.com and Alphabet were using their fledging home-automation empires to expand into the electricity business. Don’t laugh. The process is already underway. Amazon and Google managers cleverly put artificial intelligence at the core of what they do.…

Posted By Admin on 1st Mar 2019   

Given the high exclusion rate of the SMEs in the country and the large informal sector, the development and delivery of capital market products in partnership with Fintech companies will go a long way in on-boarding these excluded groups. In…

Posted By Admin on 28th Feb 2019   

While electricity consumers are still reeling under the estimated billings, the Nigeria power sector continues to swim from one controversy to the other. The sector is once again enmeshed in another round of controversy over sums of monies allegedly collected…

Posted By Admin on 28th Feb 2019   

With the Junelight Smart Battery, Siemens is offering its first battery storage specially geared to the requirements in private homes for the storage and use of self-generated energy. The lithium-ion storage combines functions for intelligent and safe energy management and a modern design.…

Posted By Admin on 28th Feb 2019   

Renewable energy sources will be the world’s main source of power within two decades and are establishing a foothold in the global energy system faster than any fuel in history, according to BP. The UK-based oil company said wind, solar and…

Posted By Admin on 27th Feb 2019   

There are indications  that Nigeria power sector may have lost over 42,160.87 Megawatts,MW, in 2018. According to the Federal Ministry of Power, Works and Housing, the nation’s installed power generation capacity as at 2018 was estimated at 13,000MW, while available…

Posted By Admin on 27th Feb 2019   

The residents of Minna, Chanchaga and Bosso in Niger on Monday lauded the improvement in electricity supply to their areas by the Abuja Electricity Distribution Company (AEDC). The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) checks in the areas indicated that the…